The College's official colors are dark blue and white. The information below gives color specifications in the most common color systems. However, fabric, embroidery thread, plastic, metal and other materials must be matched as closely to Pantone 295 as possible. It is permissible to use metallic silver substances, such as ink or foil, as an alternative to white.
Please refer to the Visual Identity Manual for more information about usage.
|RGB||R0; G47; B9||R158; G195; B222|
|CMYK (Process)||Pantone 295 PC or
C100; M68; Y8; K52
|Pantone 543 PC or
C39; M8; Y0; K1
|Spot (Coated Paper)||Pantone 295 C||Pantone 543 C|
|Spot (Uncoated Paper)||Pantone 295 U||Pantone 543 U|
|Black and White||Solid Black||35% Screen|
|RGB||B255; R255; G255||R0; G0; B0|
|CMYK (Process)||Paper||100% Black|
|Spot (Coated Paper)||Paper||100% Black|
|Spot (Uncoated Paper)||Paper||100% Black|
|Black and White||0% Black||100% Black|
Spot colors, or solid inks specified with the Pantone Matching System, are used for conventional and screen printing.
CMYK values are used for commercial color printing where colors are produced through cyan, magenta, yellow and black dots.
RGB values are used for televisions and computer monitors (specifically for Web and video applications).
HTML values are used for Web applications and Web code.