AHC Official Logos

AHC Logo Policies

AHC College logos below are acceptable for use. ALL other configurations of the logo are unacceptable and may not be used in any publication or application.

The trademark portion of the logo (sometimes called the "flame" or "tree" icon) should never be used alone.

The icon and the college name must be married and used as one unit.

The only exception is when the full logo appears somewhere else on the page and the "flame" is used as art, screened behind text.

Do not stretch or bend a logo to fit the space! The logo's dimensions must not be altered. For logo application questions or assistance, please contact the public affairs office.

AHC School colors are Blue & Gold:

For web: Hexidecimal = Blue: #005AAA Gold: #F0AF13

For print: Gold = PMS 124 U and C for regular inks, PMS 874 for metallic ink
Blue = PMS 286 Blue for all occasions

Logos for Web

The following logos are optimized for Web/Email use:
Right-click an image and select "Save Image As..." 

Blue logo for web

1. File size: 50 KB Image Size: 250px by 72px

Blue logo with slogan for Web

1a. File size: 50 KB Image Size: 250px by 98px (w/slogan)

Black logo for Web

2. File size: 4.76 KB Image Size: 250px by 72px

Black logo with slogan for Web

2a. File size:50 KB Image Size: 250px by 98px

White logo for Web

3. File size: 45 KB Image Size: 250px by 72px (.png)
Logo in White (for colored backgrounds)

White logo with slogan for Web

3a. File size: 45 KB Image Size: 250px by 98px (.png)
Logo in White w/slogan (for colored backgrounds) 

Logos for Print

Click the links to download images (images match numbers above)

AHC logo-1 (blue) AHC logo-1a (blue) w/slogan
AHC logo-2 (black) AHC logo-2a (black) w/slogan
AHC logo-3 (white) AHC logo-3a (white) w/slogan

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