The Ringling College logo is the cornerstone of our visual identity and must be included on all collateral.
To help strengthen the college brand and avoid confusion with other similarly named entities in Sarasota and across the United States, the official name of the college, Ringling College of Art and Design, is preferred and should always be used on first use. Ringling College is acceptable on secondary and subsequent use.
Our logo is the most important and recognizable element of our brand’s identity. It is a graphic symbol that represents our organization to the outside world and acts as an identifying and unifying mark. The logo is comprised of two main elements: a clean wordmark and a white rectangle containing dynamic elements that spur interest.
Department marks are created based on the approved organization chart. There are two styles approved for department marks – a single line of text and two lines of text.
Sarasota Art Museum
Englewood Art Center
The Ringling College of Art and Design seal is reserved for official communications from the Office of the President. The seal is a mark of guarantee; it is used exclusively for the most solemn and serious purposes of the institution. It is not meant to be used in place of the logo and should not be altered in any way.