FCCLA Logos

The FCCLA logo was designed with not only the logo mark and tagline in mind but also the logotype. A logotype represents a logo's "verbal" aspect and is primarily composed of the organization's name or acronym.

The FCCLA logos shown below are available for download on the National FCCLA website in EPS and PNG formats. FCCLA's logos must never be recreated. Do not deconstruct, reassemble, disproportionally resize, or alter the FCCLA logos in any way.

FCCLA's logos should always appear in the official red color (PMS 185C) whenever possible. In cases where the red color would be difficult to see, black or white must be used. The entire logo must always be in one solid color (red, black, or white).

The only exception to the FCCLA logo color rule is when printing the FCCLA logos on glass, metal, or wood products. For questions regarding this exemption, please email communications@fcclainc.org.

Please review the information below for details on each logo's specific usage guidelines.


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The FCCLA Tagline Logo represents the organization's dedication to empowering its members to reach their full potential. The prominent collegiate lettering highlights the organization's emphasis on education and student leadership. The swooping arch symbolizes the dynamic and forward-thinking nature of FCCLA as it continually strives towards new horizons and opportunities for growth.

  • Who Can Use the FCCLA Tagline Logo?

    The FCCLA Tagline Logo is reserved for the highest-level communications produced by chapters, state associations, and National FCCLA, such as stationary, awards, and signage.

    • FCCLA Chapters that use the Tagline Logo are required to include their chapter name directly below or to the right of the Tagline Logo, as shown below.
       
    • FCCLA State Associations who use the Tagline Logo are required to include their state name directly below or to the right of the Tagline Logo, as shown below. For your convenience, National FCCLA has created a series of State Association logos approved for use in connection with FCCLA programs and projects. These logos are available for download in the FCCLA Portal.
       
    • Vendors must receive written approval from National FCCLA to use the FCCLA Tagline Logo. The request process can be found on the National FCCLA website.

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  • When Do You Use the FCCLA Tagline Logo?
    • The FCCLA Tagline Logo should appear on the following:
      • FCCLA Chapter and State Association websites.
      • FCCLA Chapter and State Association publications, including membership materials, fact sheets, announcements, press releases, stationary, business cards, etc.
    • The FCCLA Tagline logo is permitted for use on:
      • Advertising and marketing materials produced by chapters, state associations, or National FCCLA.
      • Banners, signage, notecards, gifts, and merchandise produced by chapters, state associations, or National FCCLA; with permission from Centricity or National FCCLA.
      • Lapel pins, awards, and certificates produced by chapters, state associations, or National FCCLA; with permission from Centricity or National FCCLA.

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The FCCLA Emblem Logo is a variation of the Tagline Logo with the words "The Ultimate Leadership Experience" removed. The FCCLA Emblem Logo must never be scaled smaller than 1-inch in length. If circumstances require the logo to be smaller than 1-inch in length, use the FCCLA Swoop Logo or FCCLA Logotype.

  • Who Can Use the FCCLA Emblem Logo?
    • FCCLA Chapters that use the Emblem Logo are required to include their chapter name directly below or to the right of the Emblem Logo, as shown below.
       
    • FCCLA State Associations who use the Emblem Logo are required to include their state name directly below or to the right of the Emblem Logo, as shown below. For your convenience, National FCCLA has created a series of State Association logos approved for use in connection with FCCLA programs and projects. These logos are available for download in the FCCLA Portal.
       
    • Vendors must receive written approval from National FCCLA to use the FCCLA Emblem Logo. The request process can be found on the National FCCLA website.

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  • When Do You Use the FCCLA Emblem Logo?
    • The FCCLA Emblem Logo should appear on the following:
      • FCCLA Chapter and State Association websites.
      • FCCLA Chapter and State Association publications including membership materials, fact sheets, announcements, press releases, stationary, business cards, etc.
         
    • The FCCLA Emblem Logo is permitted for use on:
      • Advertising and marketing materials produced by chapters, state associations, or National FCCLA.
      • Banners, signage, notecards, gifts, and merchandise produced by chapters, state associations, or National FCCLA; with permission from Centricity or National FCCLA.
      • Lapel pins, awards, and certificates produced by chapters, state associations, or National FCCLA; with permission from Centricity or National FCCLA.

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