The ARC Community Relations office
Coordinates publications, media relations, social media, campus communications, and the website. The Community Relations office also oversees graphic design, which includes college-wide branding.
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ARC Branding and Logo Resources
Whether it is a webpage or a flyer, it is important that ARC communicates using an attractive, professional, and consistent graphic identity.
ARC has created style guidelines to ensure that all print and online materials visually define the college in a consistent manner that will be instantly recognizable. These guidelines support and protect the image of the college.
Official, approved college logos are available for download. To use ARC's logos and mascot for download, users must agree to the following:
The ARC tree logo and lettering have registered trademark protection, so any use of these elements other than those described in the guidelines is prohibited, regardless of funding sources. Please refer to the ARC Style Guide for more information.
Individuals, groups, and organizations, both on and off campus, seeking to produce and sell merchandise with trademarked ARC logo must have prior approval.
Third parties, entities, or organizations wishing to use ARC logos for any purpose must first request permission from the Community Relations Office.
By downloading these files, you agree to these conditions above.
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