■ Chronicle News Service
The nonprofit Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Foundation, which supports the MSJC District and its students, has unveiled a logo that marks a major transformation since the Foundation’s inception in 1983.
The new logo is a departure from the college’s logo, giving the MSJC Foundation its own identity as an auxiliary of the college. The MSJC Foundation partnered with MBDX designs and kept in mind the college’s commitment to provide students with opportunities to make their dreams a reality and soar into the future, according to a news release from the college.
The eagle soaring in flight represents this opportunity, the determination MSJC students have to succeed, and their drive to create better lives and communities as they move into the future. The eagle combined with the font gives a nod to the college district and its iconic mascot, representing generations of students who have attended MSJC in the past and those who will do so in the future.
The Foundation’s mission is to promote student success by enhancing the quality of higher education throughout the district by identifying and securing private support through community alliances. As the Foundation expands its work to connect with alumni, college friends and the community at large, the new logo is a first step in a rebranding campaign. Other rebranding efforts include a new, updated Foundation website, brochures and other materials.
For more information about the MSJC Foundation, contact Rebecca Orlauski at 951-487-3171 or email@example.com.