A logo is the face and signature of our brand. It unites us as a single identity and connects the world to our brand as the face of any form of communication. The more consistent a logo is the more likely it will be remembered.
These guidelines provide direction for how the Texas A&M University logo should be used to help unify materials and continue to build the brand. These guidelines only apply to the university mark and not to individual college, association, or organization logos.
The logos below are used as examples, but the rules apply to all versions of the logo. B&W logos are used only when color is not available. Aggie Maroon should always be the primary option.
To download logos, click on the links below, then Right Click and "Save Picture As".
Must be used on all stationery items. May be used on marketing material. May be used on websites.
Not for use on stationery items (business cards, letterhead, etc.). May be used on fliers, ads, invitations, signage and posters - all marketing material. May be used on websites and online media. Recommend using horizontal as first choice; use stacked version when horizontal space is limited
For more information about A&M branding as a whole please visit the Texas A&M University's Division of Marketing & Communications or the Texas A&M University System's Office of Marketing and Communications pages.