Image Library

Welcome to the Foundation Image Library. Below you will find guidelines and usage tips for using management photos and Foundation logos in online and print media.

The Foundation's primary logo with tagline is primarily used with outside audiences who may not know the mission of the organization. The Zip file below includes a full set of color, black, and white versions of the primary logo with tagline.

Download Zip of logo with tagline >

The Foundation's logo without tagline is most commonly used and can be seen in the majority of our communications. The Zip file below includes a full set of color, black, and white versions of the primary logo without tagline.

Download Zip of logo without tagline >

The Foundation's stacked logo works well when space is limited such as branded items (badge holders, flash drives, notebooks). The Zip file below includes a full set of color, black, and white versions of the stacked logo.

Download Zip of stacked logo >

Keetha Mills
President and Chief Executive Officer

JPG [2.7 MB, 5" x 7"]

Media Inquiries

Sarah London
Director of Communications
T: 916.498.6778

Usage Tips

  • Most commonly used programs, such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, require that you simply "place" or "insert" a graphic into a document.
  • Unless you have image-editing software (e.g., Illustrator, Freehand, Photoshop) on your computer, you won't be able to properly edit the file dimensions.
  • The logos and photos that appear on this website are low resolution JPG files and should not be used for printing purposes. Do not cut and paste to a document that will be commercially printed.
  • If you are scaling an image from a TIF file, you'll get best results by doing it in factors of two (half, quarter, etc.).

Choosing a File Format

  • JPG is the most common format used on the web. The JPG file is small, compressed and transmits easily via the web (when downloading the JPG version, the image will appear in new window; right click and select "save picture as" to save to your computer).
  • TIF is the most universal and most widely supported format across all computer platforms. It can store images in color RGB or CMYK and grayscale. It is a recommended format for storing continuous tone images.
  • EPS images are vector-based; they are resolution independent-based on objects, not pixels. Vector-based EPS graphics will print best.

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The Foundation serves as the official foundation supporting the Board of Governors, Chancellor’s Office, and the entire California Community College system, including 116 colleges and 73 districts, serving nearly 2 million students.

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