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Requesting Feedback on UNM Seal Design Options

The University of New Mexico Seal Committee is in the process of selecting a new seal that represents the past, present and future of UNM. A university seal is not a logo, but an official mark that is used on official insignia, diplomas, Presidential medallions and other official documents. We are seeking a design that reflects UNM’s academic mission or the history and future of New Mexico’s flagship institution, and also celebrates the many cultures which coexist within the state. Rank and comment on the five considered seal designs now.

 The feedback deadline has been extended to February 7.

Congratulations to the artists of the four seal designs selected for consideration!

Design The University of New Mexico's Seal

The University Seal is used in the most formal expressions of the University's identity, and as such must represent our traditions, culture and aspirations for the future. The Division of Equity and Inclusion has been leading a campus committee-led effort to develop a new seal design for UNM that encompasses these distinctive attributes. The committee is now taking design submissions, and will then provide an opportunity for campus community input before forwarding the recommended design to the President and Regents. Dates for workshops on guidelines and best practices for design, as well as updates on the process, will be forthcoming

Submission of Artwork

Submission details and requirements info.

The Rules

Conditions of entry and eligibility info.

Award Process

Submission review and honorium info.