The Ursinus College seal consists of a portrait of Zacharias Ursinus surrounded by Latin text and the date of the college’s founding.
The seal should play a limited role as an official imprimatur and occasionally as a decorative element. It may be used on official documents such as diplomas and on formal publications such as an inauguration invitation or commencement program. The seal should not be used in an informal manner in place of the logo.
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