Presidents Athletic Conference Logo

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The Presidents Athletic Conference (PAC) is a collegiate athletic conference located in the United States. It consists of small liberal arts colleges that compete in various sports. The conference is governed by its member institutions and promotes academic and athletic excellence among student-athletes. The PAC provides a platform for schools to engage in competitive intercollegiate sports while emphasizing the importance of education.

Meaning and history

Logo Presidents Athletic Conference

The President’s Athletic Conference started its history in 1955. It is affiliated with the NCAA’s Division III. The short name of the conference, “PAC,” is placed at the center of the President’s Athletic Conference logo. The designer has chosen bold white letters of a classic sans serif type. The abbreviation is encircled by the full name of the conference in a slightly different type. While it is also a sans, the glyphs look flatter and thinner here. In the background, a stylized flower with six petals can be seen.

The overall shape is an ellipse. Due to the gradient structure used on the trim, the logo looks like a medallion.

What is Presidents Athletic Conference?
The Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) is a collegiate athletic conference comprising of 10 member institutions. It provides competitive sports programs for student-athletes in various sports disciplines at the NCAA Division III level.