New Branding for Drake State Community & Technical College in Alabama

Historically Black Drake State Community & Technical College in Huntsville, Alabama, is starting the new academic year with a fresh look – a new logo. The new tagline – Reimagine Your Future – supports the message that Drake State is committed to helping students create a career path tailored for them. The new logo can be found on t-shirts, billboards, and social media. A new Drake State website will roll out this fall.

“This has been a terrific year of opportunity and we are glad to see the college’s growth reflected in its new image,” said Drake State President Patricia Sims. “The college has launched new academic programs and developed unique industry and academic partnerships that will help enrich Huntsville’s workforce.”

Drake State Community College enrolls just under 900 students according to the most recent data from the U.S. Department of Education. African Americans make up 64 percent of the student body.


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