Logo and Wordmarks
Founders Hall is the most recognizable and distinctive building on campus. It has been part of the visual identity for decades and remains a most appropriate iconic symbol for the College. In the spirit of both idealism and pragmatism, a logo using Founders with the college name and a wordmark of the college name alone have been created to serve all of Haverford’s graphic identity needs.
Haverford College’s identity system consists of a logo and two wordmarks. Each is available in the preferred color (shown here) and alternate color versions (shown in the Graphic Identity Standards and Guidelines).
Each mark has specific uses, color variations, and file formats. For guidance in utilizing the College's visual identity, access to the logo, wordmark, and more, please contact College Communications.
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Haverford's Approved Logos & Marks
Haverford College's Logo
The logo is the primary identity for Haverford College and should be used whenever possible, particularly for external communications. The logo’s two components, Founders Hall and HAVERFORD COLLEGE, are in a fixed configuration, referred to as a lock-up, and should not be changed in any way.
Haverford College Wordmark
The first wordmark, HAVERFORD COLLEGE, can be used if the reproduction quality of the logo will be compromised due to complex or inappropriate backgrounds, insuficient space, visual competition or specific reproduction limitations.
The HAVERFORD wordmark is appropriate for alumni, in-house communications, and other informal applications when the identity of the College is well known. It should not be used for external communications or in instances when Haverford College cannot be readily differentiated from Haverford School or Haverford, PA.
Additional Visual Options
The College Seal
The seal is reserved for diplomas, certificates, and other documents and items as determined by College Communications. It should not be considered a replacement for the logo or wordmark.
The black and white cupola is reserved for use on the official College social media platforms. To avoid confusion it should not be used in other social media profiles. In print publications, the cupola can be used as an illustrative or decorative element.