Partnerships and affiliations

We value our our community partnerships and show our support in many ways – it's important to identify our connection clearly.


Partnerships

When the university is presented in partnership with other organizations, it is important to understand the nature of the agreement. Below are examples of University of Calgary logo usage when the university is in an equal partnership with another organization, and when the university is the lead partner.

Equal partnerships

When there is an equal partnership, the university and partner logo(s) should be the same height, and the university logo should be placed on the left. 

The space between the logos should be equal to twice the width of the capital "A" in the university's logo. A 0.5pt black line can be placed between the logos, as shown below.

An example of the vertical University of Calgary logo with a equal partner logo

An example of the horizontal University of Calgary logo paired with a partner logo

An example of the horizontal University of Calgary logo with an equal partner logo


Partnerships in which the university is the lead partner

When the university is in partnership with other organizations but is the lead of the initiative, the partner logos should be 70 per cent of the vertical height of the university logo. 

The university's logo should be on the left, and the space between each logo should be equal to twice the width of the capital "A" in the university's logo. If desired, a 0.5pt black line can be added between the university logo and other logo(s), as shown below.

An example of a logo grouping when the university is the lead partner

An example of a logo grouping when the university is the lead partner