The emblem of UNPAS is pentagonal-shaped shield consisting:
- Padma flower
- Torch, and
- Kujang (Sundanese traditional weapon)
Meaning of the emblem
- The pentagonal-shaped shield is a symbol of Pancasila, the principle guiding every activity around the campus, directed to the importance of the country, nation and religion.
- The water is a symbol of woman: motherly-like, sincerely god-fearing to Allah and fertile.
- The Padma flower is a symbol of beautiful and eternal wisdom, and long-lasting purity. It also represents culture.
- The wings are symbol of a way leading its owner to a higher place to reach greater culture.
- The torch is a symbol of light, representing the graduates’ dharma as a leader based on Islamic teachings.
- Kujang is a Sundanese relic weapon, symbolizing power and bravery to protect rights, as tasks guiding to lead to knowledge. A sky-straight Kujang symbolizes Islamic teaching of unity of God as a source and end of devotion.
Meaning of the emblem colors
- Yellow symbolizes the life, light and joy, describing glory and nobleness.
- Red symbolizes the spirit and bravery.
- White symbolizes the purity and honesty.
- Blue symbolizes the ark, peace, self-confidence and balance.
- Brown symbolizes the land of Pasundan, as a basis of culture.
University flag is rectangular shaped with light brown as its basic color. University emblem is in its center.
The faculty flags are also rectangular shaped consisting several basic colors, as followed:
- Red, for the Faculty of Law
- Blue, for the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
- Orange, for the Faculty of Engineering
- Yellow, for the Faculty of Economics and Business
- Light green, for the Faculty of Education
- Purple, for the Faculty of Arts and Literature