The college has an official logo. College departments and offices are not allowed to have their own distinct logos that contain the department or office name. Instead, rules have been developed that allow for a department or office name to be visually associated with the college logo using a specific typeface. There are exceptions to the rule prohibiting departmental or office logos.
Although departments are not allowed to have their own logos, they are allowed to create visual identities for the services, activities and events that they offer to the campus and the community. These visual identities are known as service marks. A service mark might be a visual treatment of type only, or it might be a combination of type and illustration. Examples include the service marks for Kids on Campus, the Schoolcraft International Institute, and Pageturners.