St. Joseph’s College's logo, seal and athletic logos for print publications, e-mail signatures and websites are available below.
Maintaining the integrity of St. Joseph’s College's color palette and typefaces is critical in establishing a strong visual identity.
The College's official spot color is Pantone 281 and 7406. Adobe Minion, Gotham and Whitman make up the typography palette.
Please note that use of the College seal is limited strictly to official College business. These graphics cannot be altered in any way, nor should they be combined with other graphic elements. The publications office should be consulted in advance of developing a departmental or program logo.
For more information about graphic standards, logos or permitted uses of the College seal, contact Kas Carey at email@example.com, 631.687.2670 or call the Office of Print and Digital Communications at 631.687.2669.
The editor in chief will review copy submissions for grammar, punctuation and consistency. The Office of Print and Digital Communications uses the SJC Editorial Style Guide, which is based off of the Associated Press Stylebook, as a guide for capitalization, punctuation, etc. and we will edit your material to conform.
The SJC Editorial Style Guide sets standards for use of particular words and phrases. Uniform style provides a measure of consistency for the College's audiences and is an important consideration in editing copy for publications.
Because editorial staff also have the responsibility for assuring the overall quality of St. Joseph’s College publications, the editor or proofreader may make minor stylistic changes. If the manuscript requires extensive editing, the edited copy will be returned to the client for review and approval before proceeding to layout.
For more information about editorial standards, contact Brian Sutch at firstname.lastname@example.org, 631.687.2664 or call the Office of Print and Digital Communications at 631.687.2669.