UCR School of Medicine & UCR Health Logos

The UC Riverside School of Medicine and UCR Health participate in the unified institutional brand and marketing program in order to convey an image consistent with who we are and to communicate effectively with many diverse constituents and key stakeholders. The new branding and logos were introduced in late Spring of 2020 and will be rolled out gradually over time.

Learn about the UCR Campus Brand Identity

About Editable & Layered Logos

To ensure proper use of and ensure adherence to the branding guidelines, we do not distribute editable or layered logo files. The School of Medicine has a strict logo approval policy that requires anything with our branding to go through the Office of Strategic Initiatives for approval.

If you have an official School of Medicine project that requires a layered file, please contact the Office of Strategic Initiatives to discuss your needs.

School of Medicine Primary Logos

Posted below are the five primary logos for the UCR School of Medicine in PNG format. These logos may be used for a variety of basic needs, including posters, reports and email signatures. Click the image you would like to download.

  • As visual symbols of the medical school identity, these logos should not be altered by changes in proportions, colors, relative relationship of design elements (“lock up”) or by special effects.
  • Logos must not be altered or locked up with new taglines or other design elements, which in effect would create an unofficial new logo.

Department-Specific Marks

Department-within-department branding is being developed.  For assistance or questions, contact Paulina Laroya or Ross French.

If you are in need of logo files to order branded items from a vendor, please refer to the information on the Branded Items page.

Logo Variations

For other logo formats, including other color formats and one-color formats contact Paulina Laroya or Ross French.

UCR Health Logos

For information about UCR Health logos, please contact Strategic Marketing Associate Eileen Kwan of UCR Health.