Mays Logos Usage Guidelines

Mays Logos

Departmental Logo Marks

Incorrect Usage

Student Organization Logo Guidelines

 

Mays Logos

maysprimarymark This is the primary Mays Business School logo that should be used on all publications and material representing the business school.
mayssecondarymark This is the secondary Mays Business School logo that can be used on publications and material representing the business school.
stackedlogo This is an alternate secondary Mays Business School logo that can be used on publications, social media and various materials representing the business school.

Departmental Logo Marks

msbiz When representing a specific academic department or program within Mays Business School, this logo can be used.

Contact your department communications liaison or Brie Pampell for access.

 

Incorrect Usage

oldlogo You should not use the old Mays Business School logo in any publication, whether distributed to internal or external audiences.
When resizing the logo, be sure to keep the height to width proportions the same.Tip: In some software programs you can resize proportionately either by clicking and dragging from the corner of the image or holding the shift button while resizing.
discoloredlogo Do not recolor Mays logos. Approved logo colors are Maroon, Black, White, and sometimes Grey.
addedelement Do not create derivative logos or add elements to existing marks. If you have special branding needs, fill out a marketing request form to discuss.

Student Organization Logo Guidelines

Student organizations are not approved to use the Mays Business School name or logo.

  • Student organizations are not allowed to use the name “Mays Business School,” in part or in whole, in a student organization’s name (e.g. Mays PREP).
  • Student organizations are not allowed to use the Mays logo, in part or in whole, on materials of any kind. This includes promotional items such as flyers, signs, tablecloths, T-shirts and/or polo shirts.
Student organizations are approved for limited usage of the text “Mays Business School” in promotional materials to describe an affiliation with Mays.

  • Student organizations are allowed to use the text “Mays Business School” to describe a goal (e.g. “We strive to promote international opportunities for students within Texas A&M University and Mays Business School.”).
  • Student organizations are allowed to use the text “Mays Business School” to describe target membership (e.g. “We strive to provide opportunities for freshmen of Mays Business School to develop leadership skills.”).
Exceptions to these guidelines are only available for Business Student Council (BSC). For BSC information, contact Brie Pampell.