SVSU's official colors, red and blue, provide a distinguished richness and vibrant energy to the image of SVSU. The SVSU logo should always be shown in these hues of red and/or blue (the logo may also appear in black or white). These colors should be applied with the proper mix of colors to produce accurate representations of each color. Secondary colors in gold, greens, brown, and other shades are listed below.
Please consult with University Communications or your printer with questions about which mix of colors to use (for printed items use CMYK or PANTONE colors). For all Web or Powerpoint presentations that are viewed on a computer screen, use the RGB or HEXADECIMAL color combinations.
|SVSU Blue||C=100, M=67, Y=0, K=23||R=4.1, G=16.2, B=44.9||
|SVSU Red||C=0, M=100, Y=79, K=20||R=79, G=.2, B=12.1||C: 187
|Gold||C=0, M=28, Y=100, K=6||R=100, G=60.3, B=0||#FFCC00|
|Purple||C=51, M=94, Y=0, K=0||R=48, G=13, B=53||#660066|
|Deep Violet||C=64, M=100, Y=0, K=14||R=30.6, G=10.3, B=40.4||#330033|
|Green||C=100, M=0, Y=46, K=46||R=0, G=31, B=28.3||#003300|
|Teal||C=100 M=0, Y=0, K=27.5||R=0, G=37, B=64||#336666|
|Lime||C=45, M=0, Y=100, K=24||R=106, G=153, B=19||#669900|
|Rust||C=0, M=60, Y=100, K=18.5||R=78.5, G=25.5, B=4.9||#CC3300|
|Brown||C=60 M=65 Y=100 K=0||R=40.2, G=25.1, B=8.5||#663300|