Jacobs School of Engineering logos are for official use by members of the UC San Diego community.
All Jacobs School logo files need space equal a capital U between the logo and any other words or images. This means, you can't add any words or images directly above, below or next to these logo images.
For digital (eg powerpoint presentation, web page, email footers) the best file format to use would be .PNG as it offers transparent backgrounds – unlike .JPG which can not by nature.
For print (eg banners, posters, brochures) the ideal format is .EPS being a vector based file it is infinitely scalable without any loss of quality. .JPG is an alternative to .EPS, but it can’t be used against anything but white backgrounds, and the quality of JPGs will degrade significantly as the logos are enlarged.
Note: these logos are only for official use by members of the UC San Diego community. Questions? Contact us.
Jacobs School of Engineering logo downloads
To download the image, right click on the link desired and select "Save link as..."
All of the logo files above need space equal a capital U between the logo and any other words or images. This means, you can't add any words or images directly above, below or next to these logo images. (See image below for example.)
Colors: please do not change the logo colors.
UC San Diego Letterhead
Looking for UC San Diego letterhead? Contact Daniel Kane in the Jacobs School communications team. Contact info is below.
What happened to the library image?
The image of Geisel Library has been adopted exclusively by the UC San Diego Library. The image is no longer in use or available to the campus community for new print or electronic projects, vehicles or signage/environmental graphics. Learn more on the UC San Diego brand website.
Contacts / Questions
The identity / logo system for the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering is critical to our efforts to increase the visibility and reputation of our faculty, students, alumni, departments, research centers, staff and all other groups within the School. If you have questions, please do get in touch. It's important that we work together on this important project. Please contact Daniel Kane or David Baillot for logo files and questions: