All School and University print and digital communications, apparel and promotions are required to comply with the University's Identity Standards. The University’s seal and wordmarks, including Athletics wordmarks and logos (Powercat), are property of University of the Pacific and may only be used by permission of the University.
Use of the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy's name and logo is overseen by the Office of External Relations. For more information, contact Anne Marie (Bergthold) Yee, marketing manager, at email@example.com.
Submit logo use for review
All logo use must be approved prior to each use. Proofs of all artwork, including colors of apparel, must be submitted at least three business days in advance.
The University seal (circular logo) functions as the official signature of the University and is used only with approval of the President. The University seal is reserved for Presidential documents and official University documents, such as a diploma. The University seal cannot be used for other marketing materials or apparel.
Use of the athletics logo (Powercat) must be approved by Athletics in addition to our standard review. This can take up to two weeks, please submit your artwork well ahead of time. Pacific intercollegiate athletics program licenses sport-specific logos and wordmarks through the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC). There are several apparel companies currently licensed with the University. For more information, please contact Alec Ehlers, assistant director of athletics marketing and promotions, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the official Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy logo.
Check that your logo use follow the Pacific Pharmacy Brand Guidelines.
If this is for an IPPE event, the event must first be approved by Office of Professional Programs in Campus Groups.
Note: Due to printing costs, it is recommended that for printed marketing materials you create a design that can easily be printed in either black and white or color.
Submit your logo use request using one of the following forms: