The following guidelines have been developed to establish verbal and visual standards to ensure that Virginia Peninsula Community College portrays a consistent brand image and message throughout all communications.
Proper Use of College Name
In all formal documents, printed materials and web-based communications, in the first reference the name should be referred to as "Virginia Peninsula Community College." After the first reference, the college can be referred to as "Virginia Peninsula."
Virginia Peninsula Logo
Our logo symbolizes the strength and stability of the institution. It is permissible to use the icon as a stand-alone graphic element or as a background/watermark graphic. The icon should not be altered in any way.
Please do not use any previous versions of the logo. If you notice an older logo appearing on College documents, please replace it with the new logo or notify the appropriate department.
Prohibited Uses of the Logo
Please do not:
- Use any unspecified colors
- Alter the colors
- Place the logo on a background other than white, black, or one of the official colors
- Alter the horizontal or vertical scale
- Change the font used
- Alter the spacing between the mark and the type.
- Remove design elements.
- Add slogans or headers.
- Add symbols or design elements.
- Add borders.
- Use a low-resolution version of the logo in any application
The logo is provided below for download in PNG and SVG formats.
Black and white
Vertical Black and white
RGB: (82,44,109), HEX: #59315F
RGB: (0,89,68), HEX: #115740
The Virginia Peninsula brand type font families are Gotham, Adobe Garamond, Arial, and Sans-serif for the web. Arial and Times are recommended for digital & Microsoft Office Suite applications.