Official St. George’s University Colors
Due to different printing processes and paper stocks, maintaining consistent color matches can be difficult. An ink-matching system known as Pantone® Matching System or PMS® is used to provide standards for color matching. The PMS or CMYK (four-color process) equivalents given should be provided in any printing situation as specifications for ink colors. Each color shown is formulated to provide good results on both coated (C) or uncoated (U) paper stocks.
St. George’s University Logo Usage
The St. George’s University signature and logo are graphic representations of University’s brand.
The signature and logo are registered trademarks and may not be altered.
There are three acceptable configurations that may be used. To ensure that all uses of the signature and logo are consistent, do not recreate or manipulate them in any way. The elements may not be separated—each is to be treated as a single design unit.
The SGU Signature is comprised of the seal, name, tagline, and location. It must be used for all advertising and direct mail pieces. It may also be used for all other promotional materials.
The SGU logo is comprised of the seal and name. It may be used on websites, letterhead, and for internal communications and applications where the University tagline “Think Beyond” is not suitable.