CAHES Logo Standards

Logo Policy

There will be a uniform and consistent presentation of the Southern University College of Agricultural, Human and Environmental Sciences (Southern University College of Ag) print and electronic publications, materials, and products for distribution both on and off campus. All materials and products prepared by the Office of Communications, Technology and Advancement or faculty and staff of Southern University College of Ag, will display the logo and identifier in accordance with the following procedures.

Usage & Procedures

The Southern University Agricultural Research and Extension Center’s Office of Communications, Technology and Advancement is responsible for assisting faculty and staff in using the College’s logos. The logo files can be requested via phone or through HelpDesk and will soon be available on our Resource Portal. Do not alter the logo type or rearrange any of the elements. Be sure that the logo is always crisply reproduced from authorized proofs provided.

  1. The logo must include all elements, the border, trademark symbol, text and logo type.
  2. Keep the logo proportionate when re-sizing it to fit your needs, keep its horizontal and vertical proportions intact. Do not distort it. If so, it’s not the official logo.
  3. The College of Agricultural, Human and Environmental Sciences logo’s purpose is to display a sleek and appealing design that encompasses the relevance and progression of the College. 
  4. Being aware of agriculture stereotypes, the College of Ag has made it a point to include research, technology and STEM when marketing to new generations. 
  5. The College of Ag has elected to allow the SU System color palette to stand dominant.

Any questions concerning usage should be directed to the Creative Specialist/Graphic & Digital Designer or by emailing at



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