The Monogram Logo is the least formal logo in the logo suite; however, through continued use, it has become highly recognizable as a symbol for TCC. It’s most often employed when the words “Tidewater Community College” are difficult— or impossible— to read in small type. However, it is also used for visual impact to communicate to an audience already familiar with the college, with the exception of institutional-level communications. Clothing is the only application where the Monogram Logo can exist on its own. All other uses of the Monogram Logo must be used in visual proximity to the Stacked or Horizontial Logos. Overall, the Monogram Logo has very limited uses and must always first be approved by the Office of Visual Communications.
Do not alter, redraw or add any additional words or graphic elements to the logo. Always use approved and provided electronic artwork.