College Signature System
The letters “UCLA” combine to create the university’s unique logo. This is the core element in UCLA’s brand identity system and the only graphic device that should be used to signify UCLA. The new standardized department Logo — sometimes called a lockup or signature — combines the campus logo with the name of a school or department. Use of the standard department logo system is required for all academic and administrative units.
UCLA Strategic Communications and College Communications have worked closely with the deans of the college to ensure accuracy towards a more consistent campus-wide logo system. The College Signature System has been created to form a consistent look among five unique divisions—Humanities, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, and Undergraduate Education—including 56 Departments, Centers, Programs and Institutes.
Please refer to the UCLA brand guidelines for minimum clear space, minimum size, color usage and things to avoid.
For guidance on the downloadable assets, formats, file names and lock-up variations click here.