• ADP Logo

    To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the American Democracy Project, we announced a student-designed logo competition for a new ADP logo. We received more than 30 logo designs from more than a dozen ADP campuses. The designs were original and captured the creativity and imagination of dozens of student designers.

    We unveiled the new ADP logo at the 2013 American Democracy Project national meeting in Denver, Colorado. The winning team of students came from the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) and consisted of Sivya Smason, Candice Harper, Brianca Johnson, and Jacob Endejan. Visit the ADP blog to read more.

    The logo design incorporates ideas that represent ADP’s core values:

    • The circular shape is meant to represent continuity--continuity of civic engagement and continuity of growth. 
    • The hands represent the students of ADP with whom involvement in ADP starts, as well as the power of unity and of community.

    ADP campuses can integrate their institution name into the new logo.

    ADP logo - campus use 

    Get the Logo for Your Campus

    Member institutions can customize the ADP logo for their campus in one of two ways:
    Download logo in PNG format (to be opened in Adobe Fireworks)
    Download logo in PSD format (to be opened in Adobe Photoshop)

    For additional help, download instructions regarding customization of the logo (pdf).