The Hardin-Simmons University logo has been designed and implemented with care. Our logo is the face of Hardin-Simmons University. It is important that everyone at Hardin-Simmons feels confident in using our logo correctly.
The illustrated portion of the HSU Academic Logo is referred to as the "shield" of the logo. Featuring Logsdon chapel and the banner showcasing the year in which HSU was formed, it is the central axis to the logo.
The letterform portion of the logo is referred to as the "type" of the logo. At times, the type will contain the abbreviated HSU along with the Hardin-Simmons University, while other forms of the logo will only include one or the other. Special care was taken that all lettering is spaced and adjusted for aesthetics and optimal legibility.
To see the most common mistakes that are made when using our logo, please view our Academic Style guide available here.
(NOTE: This list is not comprehensive. To request more detail about using the HSU Spirit Logo, please see the HSU Spirit Logo Style Guide, or contact the Office of University Marketing.)
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