circle The Circle represents the continuity of the “Total Persons” the University seeks to develop.
The Laurel represents victory, triumph and hope with the 32 leaves representing the 32 years of the institution’s existence as a college before it attained University status. Green symbolizes freshness and the continuous quest for knowledge.
crimson red The Crimson Red in the seal represents courage, bravery, sacrifice and indomitability of spirit; while White symbolizes purity.
human The Human Figure with Outstretched arms towards the globe represents the “Total Person” the University aims to develop for the world.
globe The Globe represents the global community which the University aims to serve.
Sun The Sun symbolizes power, life and strength; orange signifies knowledge; The Eight rays symbolize the University and its seven affiliate institutions: Iligan Capitol College, Lyceum of Iligan Foundation, Bataan Heroes Memorial College, Gingoog City Junior College, St. Francis Learning Center, Capitol University Medical City and the Capitol Integrated Farm, Inc.
pro The Latin phrase “Progressio Integralis, Pro Deo et Hominibus” encapsulizes the mission of the University – “Total Person Development for God and Humanity.”
1971 1971 indicates the founding year of the University in Cagayan de Oro City
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