System of Logos
The single element that unifies Atlantic Cape’s printed and published
materials, including electronic representations, is its logo. A logo is an
external, visual representation of an organization. It serves as a symbol
of what the organization stands for and can give the public an indication
of that organization’s
standard of quality.
Atlantic Cape has established a design system with clear identity guidelines for primary and sub-brand logos (e.g., Academy of Culinary Arts, Casino Career Institute, Health Professions Institute). The following examples represent all permissible type variations of the College’s system of logos.
The logo is a single unit including the “wave” graphic and the words "Atlantic Cape Community College."
Sub-brand Logo A (for use with College Divisions or Schools)
Sub-brand Logo B (for use with College Departments)
Sub-brand Logo C (alternate use for affiliated organizations and imprinted items)
Primary Athletic Logo with type (ship):
Secondary Athletic Logo (swords):
Atlantic Cape Community College Seal - The official Atlantic Cape College seal is used in documents of a formal or official nature, such as diplomas and certificates, transcripts, contracts and documents, with the approval of the President or designee. Please contact College Relations if your project requires the use of this graphic.
Academy of Culinary Arts Seal - The official Academy of Culinary Arts seal is used with approval of the Academy of Culinary Arts Dean and College Relations.
Atlantic Cape Wave Graphic - Use of the wave graphic as a stand-alone graphic element must be approved by College Relations.
One-color logo usage
Reversed image of logo and usage