Anyone associated with a college or university knows that it’s important to get the colors right. Volunteers and Longhorns know that there is a huge difference in the various shades of orange, and they prefer not to have their alumni, fans, or anyone else supporting their schools getting their colors mixed up.
Most colleges and universities have an official color system that is used to identify their official colors for clothing such as t-shirts, sweatshirts, and other ways of representing the school through apparel. The published color systems normally include specific information about how to monogram using screen printing, embroidery, or some other form of decorating and embellishing. Schools publish these coloring systems so that marketers, activity coordinators, and others who are associated with the school can represent it accurately and match as closely as possible the school’s standard.
To help our customers with the process of matching
There are several different color coding systems used to identify color combinations for most large organizations, including universities and colleges.
Pantone Matching System (PMS) Codes: The PMSystem is a popular color coding system used in various industries to match everything from paint to fabric.