TRINITY COLLEGE KANDY
Branding Property Usage Guidelines For Public Reference
Trinity College brand properties, brand features, insignia and trademarks are protected by law.
Trinity College generally prefers to carry out its own branding activities considering it is a charitable, educational institution with a vibrant history and cherished traditions, which should be preserved, and prevail for the future.
These branding elements we use to represent Trinity College enable us to establish and maintain a clear, unified brand identity, both within the College community and beyond.
However, as Trinity has a vast stakeholder base, and we appreciate the enthusiasm they show in promoting Trinity College ‘brand’ at various forums, events, and locations we are sharing herewith some concise and specific exceptions on using Trinity brand propositions. We developed these to both improve consistency and reduce confusion associated with various stakeholders using College insignia.
This guide is a ready reckoner for designers, business partners, stakeholders, and anyone who is audio- visually reproducing Trinity College material for online, offline, in print or in person use.
For any other uses, the user must obtain prior approval from the Principal of Trinity College by mailing to Secretary (Administration) on email@example.com.
The following Trinity brand properties are open for 3rd party use upon approval.
1. The College name
2. The College Crest - The primary asset of Trinity College branding
3. Trinity College Flag
4. Tri-tone College color palette
5. College Anthem & College Hymn
The approved versions of the above properties will be shared upon receiving the approval from the College.
When using the above no modifications should be done to the given content.
Trinity Crest and other insignia are now copyright material and are prohibited to be used in material unrelated to Trinity College Kandy. All approved uses also includes royalty payments. Hence, without expressed permission you are kindly requested to refrain from illegal use of Trinity College branding properties