Meaning of the College Crest
The Georgetown College Crest, a logo introduced in the spring of 1997, incorporates symbols that represent the purpose, foundation and beliefs of the institution.
The Crosses are indicative of Christ and the college’s Christian foundation.
The Torch symbolizes the enlightenment of learning.
The Book represents the search for knowledge.
The Tigers are a symbol of strength and the college mascot.
The Eight Suns represent the school’s aspirations for the future.
The Sun’s Eight Points stand for Georgetown’s eight guiding principles.
The Latin Inscription is translated as “Learning Promotes One’s Innate Power.”
Meaning of the College Seal Logo
Sigillum Collegii Georgetonensis means “Seal of Georgetown College”.
Respice Finem means “Consider (or reflect on) the goal”.
The book represents the search for knowledge.
The Greek Building represents culture.
The Cross indicates the fact that Christ and Christian faith are both the foundation and purpose behind the institution.
The Crown represents a perfectly balanced combination of learning, culture and religion carries its own reward of success as symbolized by the crown.
The Sun represents dawn of a golden age for which man has always striven and is one of the goals of human endeavor.