Southeastern Athletics has a unique logo and mark system that is created to impart a more bold, action oriented look and feel. Universities generally have a unique athletic identity system for this purpose. Athletic logos and marks may be used in a variety of non-athletic circumstances.
The Southeastern Athletics logo consists of a primary mark depicting a full lion's body, with the name "Southeastern" emblazoned across the front.
There are several supporting marks, including a secondary logo with the same lion and the word "Lions" across the front, a word mark extracted from the primary mark, a head mark, a full body mark, and a letter mark using the "S" in the same type style as the word mark.
Use of the acronym "SLU" is allowed in conjunction with the Athletics Program only. A mark that features the letter "L" as the shape of the state of Louisiana is also acceptable for athletics purposes only.
The Lion mascot logos and marks are maintained by the university's Athletic Department and generally are not intended for use in association with academic programs. Athletic marks and logos may also be used in conjunction with student-led activities and initiatives. Contact the Athletics Department or the Office of University Communications and Creative Services for more information and assistance.
The Athletic Department's official logo may appear in three color of single color versions of green or black. When using color, only the approved Pantone Matching System (PMS) color should be used. These inks are readily available through most commercial printers.
For questions and permission to use the Athletic logos, contact Damon Sunde at 985-549-3774 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Primary Athletic Logo
There are also several supporting marks:
1. A secondary logo with the same lion and the word "Lions" across the front
2. Word marks extracted from primary marks and a letter mark using the "S" in the
same type style as the word mark; the acronym "SLU" may be used for athletic purposes
only, the logo treatment of that is below with the outline of Louisiana representing
3. A full body mark and head mark