Golden Eagles Wordmark Logo
The Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles are a proud member of the NCAA, and their iconic wordmark logo has been around for decades. The current version of the logo was designed in 2012, but its roots go back much further than that.
In 1950, when Tennessee Tech joined the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC), they adopted an eagle as their mascot and created a simple black-and-white drawing to represent it. This design featured an eagle perched atop a shield with “TENNESSEE TECH” written across it in bold lettering. It quickly became popular among fans and is still seen today on many school items such as T-shirts and hats.
In 1985, this original design was updated to include more detail including additional shading inside the shield shape along with thicker font for “TENNESSEE TECH” which gave it more presence within the overall composition of elements. While subtle changes have been made over time since then—such as adjusting colors from yellow/black to gold/navy blue—the basic structure remains largely unchanged even now almost 30 years later!
As one can see through its evolution over decades, Tennessee Tech's wordmark logo is not only timeless but also carries significant meaning behind each iteration - symbolizing strength, pride, community spirit & loyalty amongst other things. It continues to be used by students & alumni alike whenever they need something special or unique way to show off their connection with TTU!
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2006 - Present
A triple lined wordmark “TENNESSEE” in yellow, “TECH” in white with yellow highlights on a purple background and “GOLDEN EAGLES” in purple on a yellow banner background.Font: Custom