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Institutional Graphics


Designed in 2002, the College institutional logo featuring the distinctive Chapel cupola with its quill weather vane represents the architectural presence of this historical building and the College’s commitment to writing. As the visual representation of Hamilton, these graphics should always be used in a manner that conveys and reinforces the values and mission of the College.
The institutional logo and wordmark are the primary graphics for Hamilton and should be used for College communications. 

The Alexander Hamilton mark, introduced in 2014, depicts Alexander Hamilton in his Continental uniform. This is a secondary mark and available for College institutional and athletics communications. 

HAMILTON LOGO & WORDMARK

Institutional Logo

Institutional Logo

Designed in 2002, the College institutional logo featuring the distinctive Chapel cupola with its quill weather vane represents the architectural presence of this historical building and the College’s commitment to writing.

Institutional Wordmark

Institutional Wordmark

This is the primary College wordmark, customized for Hamilton College. Official graphics files should always be used.

The marks that comprise our graphic identity are trademarked and their use must comply with the standards set forth in this style guide. Always use official graphics files; permission is not granted to alter any of the graphics.

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