Grossmont College owns and controls its name, logos, insignias, and seals, and they are strictly for district and college use only. 

 

For official materials for the district and college, the Grossmont College logo is available to download.

 

For branding, marketing and accountability reasons, it is important that all printed materials, web pages and official correspondence, as well as promotional and outreach materials produced and used by the college, display the college logo clearly and consistently. 

 

Guidelines

 

To ensure consistent representation, the logo cannot be altered or distorted in any way. Do not change the color, alignment or spacing of the icon (shield) or text. 

 

Do not enclose the logo inside other artwork, such as clip art or shapes.

 

Always make sure the logo prints no smaller than 7/8" across for the primary, or vertical, logo and 1 1/2" wide for the secondary, or horizontal, logo. 

 

For more information, please refer to the graphics standards guidelines or contact jamie.gassert@gcccd.edu 

 

Grossmont College Logos

 

Black and White

Grossmont College logo

 

JPG   GIF   EPS   TIF

 

Grossmont College logo

JPG   GIF   EPS   TIF

Color

Grossmont College logoJPG   GIF   EPS   TIF

 

Grossmont College logo

 

JPG   GIF   EPS   TIF

Icon

 

(The icon or shield may be used alone when appropriate as long as the college name is prominently displayed as a separate element.)

Grossmont College logo shield only

 

JPG   GIF   EPS

Grossmont College logo shield only

 

JPG   GIF   EPS

 

To download logos:

 

  • Right-click (Mac: control-click) the link for the graphic format you with to download and choose "Save target as..." or "Save link as..." to save the file on your computer.
  • Grossmont College logos are available to download in four formats: EPS, JPEG, GIF and TIF. Some file formats can only be opened or viewed using specific software (as as Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator).
  • EPS files -- the standard format for graphics and printing professinals -- can only be downloaded using the Firefox or Chrome web browsers.
  • JPEG (or JPG)  can be used to insert the logo in a document with a white background. Use the GIF file for backgrounds other than white to avoid the appearance of a white box around the logo.
  • GIF files have background transparencies and their file sizes are minimized, making them ideal for web use.
  • TIF files are for high-quality, raster-type graphics. Because of their large size, they should not be used on the web.