Our brand represents the essence of our core mission, values and strategic goals as an educational institution.
Using the Camosun College Brand
Camosun has developed a consistent brand to build a strong visual identity for the college. We ask that external partners and organizations follow our guidelines to ensure brand consistency. The following guidelines outline the proper usage of the logo and apply to all forms of communication (including advertising, websites and electronic media, signage and printed publications).
If your organization has questions about the logo and its usage, or you wish to create a print piece, webpage, or social media asset—please contact Camosun Communications at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Camosun logo
The Camosun College logo is the college's official visual identity and part of our unique core brand. It supports the Camosun story and provides instant recognition to let audiences know that what they are reading or looking at is uniquely about Camosun College.
Camosun Communications, in partnership with Camosun Graphic Services, is responsible for managing the college logo and visual identity.
Please do not modify the Camosun logo, or create your own logo. Contact Communications for assistance incorporating our logo into your project.
2. Logo colours
Green and grey are the two official colours used in the Camosun logo and the colour values are given below. The logo may only appear in these official colours, or in the solid black or solid white depending on the application.
CMYK: C-44 M-0 Y-100 K-7
RBG: R-145 G-190 B-55
CMYK: C-0 M-0 Y-0 K-80
RBG: R-90 G-90 B-90
3. Minimum size and clear space
The logo should not be reproduced smaller than 1" (2.54 cm) wide.
Note The logo must be enlarged or reduced proportionately—not stretched or distorted horizontally or vertically.
For strength of brand identity, please follow the minimum space requirements shown here so that the logo is represented consistently and clearly.
The minimum space is equal to the height of the “C” in the word Camosun.