The original Stonehill College seal was designed circa 1951 by Brother Barnabus O'Toole, C.S.C., who was "secretary, housekeeper and sacristan" during the early years of the College.
The request for an official seal came from Stonehill's first students, and Brother Barnabus found inspiration in the crests of the Holy Cross Fathers and sister-school Notre Dame University, incorporating similar symbols and the College's motto, Lux et Spes: Light and Hope.
Given that the Congregation of Holy Cross founded Stonehill in 1948, it is only natural to find elements of the Congregation's identity within the College's crest.
The Stonehill College seal is not available for download due to the wide range of possible needs and available configurations. If you are considering using the seal, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stonehill College seal is reserved for special occasions and circumstances where a formal and ceremonial image is appropriate. Use requires prior approval of the Marketing Department. If you are considering using the seal, please contact email@example.com.
The Stonehill College seal is restricted from any type of manipulation and cannot be combined with any other graphic or logo. We respectfully ask that you do not attempt to alter the seal in any manner. If you are considering using the seal, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.