Macaulay Branding Guides & Logo

Macaulay Identity Guide Cover

This guide demonstrates the Macaulay style and identity. Learn how to use our:

  • Name
  • Logo
  • Typography
  • Colors
  • Photography
Download the guide


Macaulay Logos

This is a downloadable archive of all Macaulay Honors College logos.

Each download package includes:

  • CMYK files (ai, eps, jpg, and pdf) used for print.
  • RGB files (ai, eps, jpg, pdf, and png) used for the web.


Primary Treatment

Download the Primary Logos


Secondary Treatment

Download the Secondary Logos Download the complete pack

Learn more about how to use the logos in the Macaulay Identity Guide.

CUNY Logos

Download CUNY logos here.

Official Typography

Macaulay uses two main font families: Scotch Roman and Lato.
Read more about how to use them in the Macaulay Identity Guide.

Download Lato

House Style

Identifying Students

Style 1: Zujaja Tauqeer ’11, Brooklyn College
Mainly used in quote attributions or captions.

Style 2: Zujaja Tauqeer ’11, (Brooklyn)
Mainly used in listing students.

No Periods in Abbreviations

For degrees it is BA, MA, and PhD. Other abbreviations
include US, NYC, MTA etc

Oxford Commas

In a set of three or more items, always include a comma before the word “and”.
For example, April, May, and June

Capitalize the “The”

Always capitalize the word “the” in The City University of New York. It is a part of the name.

Social Media Policy and Guidelines

The Office of Marketing and Communications at Macaulay Honors College is responsible for maintaining the college’s official social media accounts. These accounts serve as a vital link between the college and our community, providing a platform to share news, events, and engage with our audiences. We are committed to fostering a positive and informative online environment. To ensure the integrity and effectiveness of our online presence, we discourage the creation of any additional social media accounts representing Macaulay Honors College. READ MORE