The University of Texas at Austin seal is an important element in our visual identity. It is used on its own by parts of the university that act in an official capacity.
The seal is reserved for use by the President's Office and for official business of the university, including stationery and business cards, certificates, official business documents and commemorative items. It is not to be used for general university communications. When representing the university publicly, the official university wordmark is required, as designated in the guidelines.
When reproduced in color the seal should always appear in The University of Texas at Austin's signature color, burnt orange (PMS 159). A full-color version of the seal is also available. No other color is acceptable, with the exception of all black and all white for reverses on dark backgrounds.
Graphic filters, such as dropshadows, bevels, 3-D effects, embosses or glows should not be applied to the seal. Any manipulation or alteration to the seal is strictly prohibited.
Use of the university seal is prohibited without written consent from the Office of Trademark Licensing and University Communications.
The university seal was updated Feb. 15, 2012.
For more information about the use of The University of Texas at Austin seal, contact the Office of Trademark Licensing:
Craig R. Westemeier, Associate Athletics Director
Martita Huntress, Coordinator
Office of Trademark Licensing
TheUniversity of Texas at Austin
2100 San Jacinto/Bellmont Hall 212K
Austin, Texas 78712