Our Official Seal
The Texas A&M International University Seal represents the international vision of the University. It is surrounded by 23 scallops, each representing one year of the University’s existence prior to becoming TAMIU on Sept. 1, 1993.
The University’s name surrounds the main design element, a view of the Americas traversed by a three-dimensional, futuristic, geodesic surface. Highlighting the Seal is a single star representing both the University’s membership in The Texas A&M University System and its role as an Agency of the State of Texas.
Please note, the Seal is never used in combination with any other University marks.
The following are approved uses of the SEAL:
- Awards from Texas A&M International University
- Official Commencement Programs and graduation collateral
- Official Diplomas
- Employment Letters
- Invitations from the Office of the President or Deans
- Legal documents
- Stationery from the Office of the President
- Covers for Theses
These samples provide best practices and sizes for the use of the Seal
These samples provide unapproved uses of the Seal
The seal cannot be printed/reproduced at a size smaller than 1".
The University’s Logo strategically elevates TAMIU’s defining international nature and confidently proclaims this for all. It reflects our mission and outreach and should be used in all communications with the exception of the most formal.
Please note, the Logo is never used in combination with any other University marks.
The following are approved uses of the LOGO:
- Banners (Physical)
- Brochures (Tri-folds, etc.)
- Building Signage
- Campus vehicles
- Correspondence (general)
- Departmental forms/worksheets
- Digital Signage
- Event flyers/posters
- Event programs/agendas/handouts
- Research posters
- T-shirts (3” Wide)
These samples provide best practices and sizes for the use of the Logo
(T-SHIRT, PEN< FLYER< POSTER…Show various examples)
These samples provide unapproved uses of the Logo