UND 's color palette is presented below in their respective Pantone®, CMYK, RGB and Hex values. Use only the approved color specifications.
UND's primary color is UND green. UND green along with accents of white, gray and black are used to visually represent UND to external audiences. External audiences include prospective students/parents, the Grand Forks community, North Dakota citizens and beyond.
Pink can be used to visually represent the University of North Dakota to internal audiences on a limited basis. Internal audiences include, currently enrolled students, faculty, staff and alumni. Refer to the Pink Identity Standards for further details.
UND orange may be applied only to the flame element of official UND logos.
|UND Green* (primary)||Pantone 347||93 / 0 / 100 / 0||0 / 154 / 68||#009A44|
|White||--||0 / 0 / 0 / 0||255 / 255 / 255||#FFF|
|Black||Pantone Black||0 / 0 / 0 / 100||0 / 0 / 0||#000|
|UND Gray||Pantone 421||13 / 8 / 11 / 26||174 / 174 / 174||#AEAEAE|
|Pink* (limited use)||Pantone 1895||0 / 30 / 2 / 0||245 / 182 / 205||#FFB3FA|
|UND Orange (flame only)||Pantone 165||0 / 70 / 100 / 0||255 / 103 / 31||#FF671F|
Note: The print and digital conversion formulas for CMYK and RGB from their Pantone® values are based on the PANTONE® PLUS SERIES COLOR BRIDGE coated color guide. Use RGB for web or digital media projects, and CMYK for traditional print projects. If CMYK is used in a digital platform, UND's green will appear lime green instead of the correct UND green. When printing at Print & Mail Center, replace UND Gray with 30% black to work best with the printing equipment.