The University logo was rendered as a visual transcription of the fragment from a fresco from St. Constantine's (St. Cyril's) tomb at the Basilica of San Clemente al Laterano in Rome. The logo depicts the historically available visual form of St. Constantine and it is used as a sign with the image of St. Constantine. The half-person – St. Constantine – holding a book (the Bible) is located centrally in a circle, reaching out with his hand in a friendly gesture. The logo is encircled by a non-serif font and five irregular rings in the bottom right corner. The five rings represent the five faculties. Their number can be changed as needed. The logo was made by academic painter Jozef Dobiš.
The University logo is available for download for the UKF students and employees, journalists and other members of the general public. The UKF logo can only be used in accordance with the "fair use” policy.
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