The need to articulate and promote Kent State University's distinct institutional identity remains unabated in the increasingly competitive marketing environment of higher education. Integrated marketing communication is one way of advancing Kent State's reputation as a leader in higher education. Central to an integrated marketing plan is awareness of, and adherence to, the institution's visual identity program. The base element of this program is proper use of the appropriate logo on letterhead, envelopes, business cards, fax sheets, publications, billboards, television commercials and more.
Use of the Kent State shield is reserved for presidential communications.
This section of our Web site provides downloadable logos, as well as Kent State's Guide to Visual Standards. If you have additional needs questions or needs about logos or standards, be sure to explore the resources offered at the University Communications and Marketing Web site.
Download the desired graphic set by clicking on download link. Be sure to review the Licensing Agreement and Application before downloading any of the graphics files below.
Please contact email@example.com for access to "Experience for Life" logos for admissions-related materials.
Excellence in Action logo in jpg, tif and eps format.
|Kent State logo in TIF, EPS, GIF, BMP and JPG formats. Available in blue/gold, blue, gold, black and white.||Download (.zip)|
Combined Kent State and Excellence logo
Kent State University's Regional Campuses also promote and articulate the institution's distinct identity through the use of the respective Regional Campus logo. This section of our Web site provides downloadable Regional Campus logos.
Remember Kent State's Guide to Visual Standards is available online. If you have additional needs questions or needs about logos or standards, be sure to explore the resources offered at the University Communications and Marketing Web site.
Each zip file contains the campus's logo in blue/gold, blue, gold, black and white in various image formats.
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