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COVID Update:

EFSC has returned to normal pre-COVID operations, with full capacity on-campus classes and events. Click for the COVID Reporting Requirements and the Return to Campus Approval Process which remain in place. See the Student Services Guide for on-campus services available on a walk-in basis or by appointment, plus virtual options. Read the latest updates.

Eastern Florida State College Logo Usage and Downloadable Logos

An official College logo must appear prominently on all print and digital materials and promotional items. It must be reproduced from a high-resolution digital file in the College's official colors, or in black (for one-color publications). Under no circumstances may College logos be redrawn, reconfigured or modified in any form. This includes stretching the logo to fit in a space, adding outlines to the image, changing colors, removing elements from the logo, adding additional images or text, etc. In many cases, use of the logo needs to be reviewed and approved by the Office of Collegewide Communications as part of the required process for final review and approval of the copy, design and graphics content of the following items:

        • Publications used for recruiting and admitting students
        • Print materials, such as posters, brochures, campus flyers and signs – especially those for major events in which the general public and/or community leaders are target audiences
        • Surveys
        • Display advertisements including those in which the College’s name or affiliation is used in conjunction with any commercial venture, as well as ads that appear to convey endorsement
        • Custom-screened T-shirts
        • Promotional/specialty items
        • Signage for buildings or vehicles (in coordination with the appropriate departments)
        • Business materials, such as letterhead, envelopes, business cards, note cards, stationery and email signatures
        • Video productions for student recruitment, marketing and advertising
        • Digital publications, such as blogs, newsletters and marketing emails
        • Web pages, calendar events and social media accounts

Refer to the EFSC Brand Standards web page and the EFSC Marketing and Communications Style Guide for more information.