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Jesuit Dallas Visual Identity
The Jesuit Dallas logo is available in three alternate designs to adapt to the demands of most design treatments.
Please consult the Jesuit Dallas Communications Department within the Office of Advancement when creating special-use identity for unique classes, student groups, special events and athletic units. The Office of Advancement is responsible for maintaining the school’s visual identity system and is available to respond to inquiries regarding its use, including:
- Requests to create visual identity graphics
- Explanation of the visual identity system
If you would like a copy of one of the official Jesuit Dallas logos, or if you are interested in learning more about Jesuit's visual identity, which was established in 2009, please contact Candice Price in the communications office.
Enclosing the traditional Jesuit cross within a shield that echoes the school’s seal, the school's logo honors the tradition of the school while offering a distinctive mark that visually represents its quality and integrity. By providing a strong and consistent visual identity with a logo that is used for all applications—from letterhead to spirit wear and everything in between—Jesuit will be clearly recognized throughout the Dallas area. Ultimately, a strong visual identity enhances Jesuit Dallas’ ability to recruit outstanding faculty, students and staff; to engage alumni; and to attract external support. Every member of the Jesuit Dallas community plays an important role in bringing this cohesive identity to life and in maintaining its integrity by applying it consistently throughout all school communications, including print, web, display, broadcast, and electronic formats.
Commercial use of the logo and all elements of the school's visual identity is restricted to Jesuit Dallas and licensed agents.
Please refer to the Visual Standards Guide for logo and design instructions.
For the logos for our athletics teams, visit the Athletics Logos page.