External Contact: For external communication purposes, the primary typeface that should be used in creating documents is Interstate.
Tagline: The “Going Places.” tagline uses Clarendon Bold. Clarendon should only be used in the tagline.
Logo: The primary typeface used in the College wordmark is Trajan from Adobe Systems. The secondary typeface used is a condensed version of Trade Gothic. The wordmark should never be re-typeset. Electronic versions of the logomark are available from College Relations.
General Use: The fonts Arial and Times New Roman have been selected as the approved College fonts for the purposes of general communication — due to their readability, accessibility, and wide acceptance. As such, these fonts are recommended for general use in documents such as letters, memos, faxes, reports, and any other basic communication materials generated by staff.
Web: For maximum accessibility, the main typeface used on all College web sites for general text should be Arial unless otherwise authorized by College Relations.
To ensure consistency among RRC materials, the use of other fonts requires authorization by College Relations.
Any questions or concerns regarding font usage in RRC documents should be directed to the College Relations department.