Logos and Spirit Marks
The Notre Dame monogram is the primary identifier for athletics at the University of Notre Dame. The monogram is optimized for use across all applications.
The two-color monogram is for athletics applications only. For use of the monogram outside of athletics, see the monogram section on University Branding.
The leprechaun represents the fighting spirit of Notre Dame. Use the mark and colors to communicate our determination, grit, and underdog mentality. Bear in mind, however, that the Notre Dame monogram is the primary identifier for athletics at the University of Notre Dame.
The green shamrock is a secondary spirit mark representing the Irish heritage of Notre Dame. Therefore, it should never be used as a standalone identifier for Notre Dame and should be used sparingly. Bear in mind that the Notre Dame monogram is the primary identifier for athletics at the University of Notre Dame.
These monograms, spirit marks, and wordmarks are retired and are no longer permitted for general use. All identities in the vintage vault can be used only with approval from OPAC, Fighting Irish Media, and Notre Dame licensing.
The assets featured in this section are to be used solely by the University of Notre Dame Athletics Department. They are not intended to be used in academic or administrative communications.
In the rare instance that an Athletics asset could be considered for use by an academic or administrative entity, that entity must first request use of the branding element(s) by contacting Fighting Irish Media.