The Missouri State University wordmark, Carrington logo, Bear Head logo, and respective secondary athletics logo and University Seal should follow their respective guidelines.
Each of the University marks is a registered trademark and cannot be altered in any way.
The Carrington Hall logo is to be used individually, or in conjunction with the wordmark as a unit. It is the preferred mark for all non-athletics units and activities at Missouri State University.
The Bear Head logo represents Missouri State University’s intercollegiate athletics programs and its individual men’s and women’s teams. It has a limited role in non-athletics applications. The Bear Head logo is to be used individually, or in conjunction with the wordmark as a unit.
The MSU with wordmark logo was developed to be used together. The “MSU” logo and/or letters should never stand alone – they should always be used with “Missouri State University” or “Missouri State.” This is a secondary logo for Missouri State University and should not be used on stationery items other than note cards. It may not be used for web application.
The “M” mark is to be used in conjunction with Missouri State. Also a secondary logo for Missouri State University, the “M” mark should not be used on stationery items other than note cards. It may not be used for web application.
The University Seal is the official legal seal of the University. Its use is restricted to official and legal documents, primarily generated by the president’s office and/or Board of Governors.