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Visual Identity

175th Anniversary Visual Identity

[Principal and Vice-Chancellor Daniel Woolf in October 2014]Beginning in May 2016, Queen’s University will celebrate its 175th Anniversary on campus and with the local community. This celebration will recognize the institution’s unique legacy, contributions and role nationally and on a global stage. To commemorate this milestone and associated events, a special anniversary logo has been developed. This logo is to be used according to the 175th Visual Identity Standards and Guidelines, and in conjunction with the official Queen’s logo.

The Visual Identity Policy for Queen’s is approved by the Board of Trustees and the Queen’s logo and associated marks are protected by trademarks and licensing.

A strong visual identity plays an important role in shaping the image of the university. Each time Queen’s communicates with its audiences, we have an opportunity to communicate our vision and values.

Daniel Woolf
Principal and Vice-Chancellor


The “Primary” version of the 175th Anniversary graphic is preferred in most cases. If you have any questions about applying the visual standards or the correct use of logos, wordmarks and/or other graphics, please consult with University Marketing before moving forward.

Phone: 613.533.2035