Phoenix College has a strong reputation for excellence in education. Our logo is the visual representation of that reputation. It is our signature. It instantly identifies who we are and what we stand for. At all times, the PC logo should be used clearly and consistently on print and electronic materials, signage and buildings as they relate to PC.
Please refer to the PC Brand Standards (link to brand Standards Page) for definitions and explanations about the use of logos at PC.
Correct Logo & District Information Usage
All PC publications must incorporate the PC logo and EEO/AA non-Discrimination Statements, and where space and design permit, the District logo.
- PC Logo
- EEO/Non-Discrimination Statements
- District Logo
PC Logo Guidelines
Per the PC Brand Standards, the following must be adhered to regarding the use of the college logos:
- DO place the PC logo on the front of all printed materials, on all web template pages and official social media sites, and at the beginning or the end of presentations and programs.
- DO use the circular or PC identifier in conjunction with the watermark when possible.
- DO use the circular identifier as an independent design element, but only when the entire logo appears in another location prominently on the piece.
- DO reverse logos out of a dark background if the background doesn't compromise or compete with the readability of the logo.
To maintain full legibility, please follow these standards:
- MCCCD Logo
- Never reproduce the logo at widths smaller than 1.25 inches (for print) or 175 pixels (for screen).
- PC Logo
- Never reproduce the logo at widths smaller than 1.75 inches (for print) or 215 pixels (for screen).
There is no maximum size limit, but use discretion when sizing the logo. It should never be the most dominant element on the page, but instead should live comfortably and clearly as an identifying mark. These minimum size guidelines apply only to the PC and college logos without a division, department program, location, or department build.
To download a logo:
- Windows - right click on the file and choose "Save as"
- Mac - control-click on the file and choose "Save as"