The University of Georgia Logo
These digital files were prepared by
Dr. Michael A. Covington
from official artwork.
To download any of them, just right-click on it and choose "Save Picture As..." or "Save Target As...".
If preparing printed material, I recommend that you download the largest picture and print it at a high resolution. Your screen is 70 to 90 dpi; your printer is probably 600 to 1200 dpi (dots per inch).
This is the official emblem of The University of Georgia and is to be used only by the institution itself, not by private organizations. Commercial use requires licensing. When used, the logo must not be altered.
Note: This is not the University's official logo page. You should read the information on the official page at http://www.uga.edu/identity, which gives additional information about the logo and its proper use.
However, at present (Sept. 24, 2004), the official downloadable files there require you to have both WinZip and StuffIt to uncompress them. (That's right - they've been run through two compression utilities in succession, one on the Macintosh and one on the PC.) The files here do not require any decompression software.
Further, I also offer a vector graphics version of the logo.
I will continue to maintain this unofficial page until the official page can provide all the same functionality.
(New!) Vector graphics images (infinite resolution, for enlargement to any size)The Corel Draw version has been tested. The others are believed to be correct but have not been tested with all the software that is supposed to read them.
For Corel Draw 7 and up, red and black
For Corel Draw 7 and up, all black
For Adobe Illustrator
Windows Metafile (for a wide range of software, sometimes unreliable)
Color GIFs for use on web pages, with transparent background(More are on http://www.uga.edu/identity and can be saved directly from that web site by right-clicking on them, even if you are unable to use the downloadable files offered there.)
High-resolution monochrome GIFs for use in printed materials:
nor are they endorsed by, the University of Georgia or the University System of Georgia.