The Extended Family of Marks
In certain applications, the following marks may replace the medallion or signature with the approval of the Department of Public Affairs. Official CWU marks should not be distorted, rotated, or altered in any way without prior approval. CWU marks are trademarks and should carry the TM symbol.
CWU’s marks are customized renderings and proprietary to CWU. Do not attempt to recreate them by redrawing, typesetting, or scanning. Only use approved reproduction artwork available through the Department of Public Affairs.
The CWU logo may be used alone in instances where the quality of the medallion or signature may be compromised, such as on pens or small specialty items.
Full Color: EPS (vector) | JPG (web) | PNG (transparent)
Single Color: EPS (vector) | JPG (web) | PNG (transparent)
Reversed: EPS (vector) | JPG (web) | PNG (transparent)
Central Washington University and CWU Wordmarks
The full name of the university or CWU may be used alone where the quality of the medallion or signature may be compromised, such as in small ad spaces or on specialty items.
Wildcat Spirit Mark
The CWU Wildcat spirit mark should always be used in conjunction with either CWU or the full name of the university. The Wildcat spirit mark may face either right or left. It may be used as a graphic element provided the integrity of the mark and its proportions are maintained. The Wildcat may be used in a wide variety of applications by university entities as a spirit mark. Alterations to the mark are not allowed without prior approval of the Department of Public Affairs.
The CWU Wildcat medallion may be used in the same ways as the CWU Wildcat spirit mark.
The university seal is reserved for the Office of the President, Board of Trustees, and formal university documents such as diplomas, transcripts, or certificates. It can be used in these instances in lieu of the medallion or signature. The seal should not be used by CWU offices or departments on materials that represent individual departments or programs. Use of the university seal in other applications, such as merchandise, are subject to review and prior approval of the Department of Public Affairs.