Concordia UC launches new logo

August 24, 2010

Concordia University College of Alberta, based in Edmonton, recently unveiled its new visual identity, which speaks to the complexity of the institution's history, architecture, geography, and what it is as a faith-based institution. The door in the logo is a replica of the entrance to Schwermann Hall, expressing Concordia's architectural and historical presence at the Highlands campus. The 4 curved lines underneath the door represent the banks and waters of the North Saskatchewan River. As the largest independent degree-granting university in Alberta, Concordia puts the emphasis on "university" in the wordmark, allowing the rest of the face to be in regular weight. The old logo will be retired at the end of the year, and Concordia's crest will remain in use as the school's official seal. Concordia UC News