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Logo Usage

A suite of logo blocks and templates have been developed with specific branding for each school. See the school logo blocks section of the downloads page for web ready and print versions of the school logos. Branded school letterheads are also available.

Visit the popular downloads page for access to the most downloaded templates, guidelines and forms, or go to the downloads pages for a list of all documents available.

External and third party usage of the SCU logo

External and third party usage of the SCU logo requires the approval of the Head of Communications and Publications or the Executive Director of Community and Corporate Relations.

PDFSCU Logo Request Form & Terms of Use

About the logo

Southern Cross University was named after the constellation Southern Cross. This group of stars is best seen only in night skies of the Southern Hemisphere and has been used by generations of explorers to help them find their way on countless voyages of discovery.

It is composed of five star shaped like a cross tilted to one side. The Southern Cross has long played a significant role in Australian history - from Aboriginal legend to a symbol of freedom as it appeared on the flag that defiantly fluttered over the Eureka Stockade more than a century ago as Australia struggled to achieve its identity.

To this day, the Southern Cross remains a potent symbol appearing on both Australia's flag and Coat of Arms. Southern Cross University proudly continues the traditional of this iconic constellation by helping future generations - both nationally and internationally - to find their way on their own voyages of discovery in an increasingly complex world.

If you require further assistance please email logo@scu.edu.au.