Graphic Marks

Primary

The Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi graphic marks are the primary identifier for the University and are used more prominently than the University's other marks. The graphic is designed to be used as one unit in two configurations.

Variations of the graphic are available in the Image Gallery. Elements of the graphic are not to be combined with other marks and may not be changed in proportion, structure or typeface.

The mark should be displayed according to the graphic and design guidelines. As examples, typeface sizes used in reproducing the graphic mark should be no smaller than 6 points in size; there should be no less than 1/8-inch of open space around all sides of the primary mark.

Smallest Size

Typeface sizes used in reproducing the graphic marks should be no smaller than 6 points in size.

Smallest Size

There should be no less than 1/8-inch of open space around all sides of the primary mark.

Alternate Marks

The University's alternate graphic mark was created to provide a greater variety of choices to designers. The alternate mark, which uses a reverse design, may be employed when the design using the primary mark has lesser visual impact in the design. The alternate mark is available in both a horizontal and vertical version.

Secondary Elements

Secondary Elements are the components of the primary graphic separated for specific design usage.

Graphic

The graphic of the University mark is called "Momentum" and may be used as an element in designs for brochures, posters and other collateral materials. The use of the "Momentum" graphic must be accompanied on the print piece by mention of the University name or Islanders. 

Wordmark

The wordmark may be used when space is limited or when the full primary or alternate primary becomes illegible when reduced in size. The wordmark is available in both a horizontal and vertical version.

For questions related to any of the items on this page, please contact the Office of Marketing & Communications.