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University of Colorado Colorado Springs
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Our identity must be strong, consistent, and recognizable.
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs is one of more than a dozen state colleges and universities in Colorado and one of more than 15 institutions of higher learning in the Pikes Peak Region. With so many colleges and universities trying to attract students, you can quickly see why it is important to have a strong, consistent, recognizable brand identity.
The UCCS Brand Identity Standards document provides specific directions on how to use our logo, colors, and other related brand identity elements. We encourage you to use this standards manual whenever you develop marketing communications. Last updated in February 2015.
If you have any questions about the UCCS Brand Identity Standards, please feel free to ask a question. Someone from University Advancement will respond shortly. Business collateral can be ordered from the UCCS Copy Center. Additional resources and University of Colorado system-wide guidelines are available at www.cu.edu/brand
- Chancellor Memo: Branding update — October 2, 2014
- Revised logo shared at first campus forum — August 30, 2012
- Benson: New brand going great — February 9, 2012
- Forum details CU branding effort — February 18, 2011
- CU branding initiative under way — January 21, 2011