This page contains the official colors for Emmanuel athletics. The primary colors are shared by the Emmanuel brand. The secondary colors could also be called “accent” colors. They may be used to enhance the primary colors without detracting from or dominating them.
PMS: 202 (Red)
Process Colors: C = 0; M = 100; Y = 61; K = 43
PMS: 130 (Gold)
Process Colors: C = 0; M = 30; Y = 100; K = 0
PMS: 296 (Blue)
Process Colors: C = 100; M = 46; Y = 0; K = 70
PMS: 427 (Gray)
Process Colors: C = 0; M = 0; Y = 0; K = 11
Some combination of the primary colors Red and Gold MUST be used on EVERY game day uniform, in order to avoid confusion about the collegiate colors and distinguish the brand as uniquely Emmanuel. The only exception to this rule is one-color printing. Black and White color combinations can only be used for print applications, not clothing. With all logos Blue PMS 296 can be used as an alternate color for black outlines.
Use the Pantone Matching System (PMS) color values to pick colors. If a product does not have corresponding colors, the Brand Committee must approve the color match.
APPROVED COLOR COMBINATIONS
The Emmanuel E logo and wordmarks may be used on backgrounds in the color combinations shown below. These are examples of the proper balance between the primary and secondary colors. These are the only color options available for uniforms and practice jerseys.
Note: Avoid using Red/Black and Gold/Black color combinations in all applications.
COLOR COMBINATIONS WHICH MAY NOT BE USED
The Emmanuel E logo and wordmarks may NOT be used on backgrounds in the color combinations shown below, or in any other combinations considered inappropriate by the Branding Support Team. In the examples below, the secondary colors overshadow the primary colors. This can cause confusion about the true collegiate colors and should always be avoided.