Augsburg College faculty and staff may use College logos for official College business (non-commercial, publicity communication about Augsburg College). News media may use Augsburg logos according to Fair Use. Augsburg student organizations that are recognized by the Campus Activities and Orientation office may use the “Augsburg College” name and colors (maroon and gray) on apparel, publications, etc., so long as the name and colors are not used in connection with alcohol, drugs, obscene material, or materials that would violate applicable laws or College policy. Student organizations should not use official College logos except when advertising an event or program that is officially sponsored by a College office or department. This maintains maximum freedom, creativity, and flexibility for student organizations to present themselves as they choose while avoiding situations in which the College as a whole might appear to be endorsing the perspective or priorities of a particular student organization.
Use of logos is only allowed when Augsburg’s graphic identity usage guidelines are followed. Questions about the usage of Augsburg College logos can be directed to the Director of Marketing Communication at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-330-1182.
OTHER LOGO ART
There are acceptable logo art versions with the “Cross-A,” Eagle, and the Auggies team name in script. Visit the Athletics logos download page and read the Augsburg graphic identity usage guidelines for restrictions on their use.
Augsburg College faculty, staff, students, and alumni can use these photos for Official College Business. The news media may use any of these photos for non-commercial, publicity communication about Augsburg College. Photos should be credited to Augsburg College. These photos may not be used to promote non-College activities or imply endorsement.
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