Avoid using the A&M System seal on its own. It should only be used in rare cases when no other mark will fit because of space constraints. The A&M System seal can be used on items such as awards, certificates, plaques, medallions, invitations, and official documents and reports. Contact the Office of Marketing and Communications for artwork and additional guidelines.
The primary color used for The Texas A&M University System is Aggie Maroon, which is a custom Pantone® color. Also, please note that Aggie Maroon CMYK values are different, depending on whether it is being used on coated or uncoated paper. Contact the Office of Marketing and Communications for CMYK values and a list of supporting and secondary colors.
Maroon for A&M System Logos
Pantone Aggie Maroon: C=15, M=100, Y=39, K=69
Aggie Maroon RGB: Hex #500000 or RGB 80, 0, 0
This A&M System seal is used on letterhead, envelopes and business cards for employees in the A&M System Offices. It also can be used on the A&M System website and in instances when the size of the seal will be less than 1 inch in diameter.
MAROON AND SILVER A&M SYSTEM SEAL (FOR USE BY THE OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR ONLY)
The maroon and silver version of the seal is reserved for the use by the chancellor of the A&M System and the Office of the Chancellor. (Colors: Aggie Maroon and Silver 877).
MAROON AND GOLD A&M SYSTEM SEAL (FOR USE BY OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS ONLY)
The gold and maroon seal is for use only by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents and the Office of the Board of Regents. (Colors: Aggie Maroon and Gold 871).