The center of the seal is Thao Suranaree, the highly revered national heroine from the Northeastern region of Thailand, with four laterally connecting and overlapping concave arcs forming a dome, with stylized leaves and machine cogs underneath her.
Thao Suranaree, the center of the Seal, conveys SUT’s philosophy and principal missions, stressing respect and faith in Thao Suranaree as a National Heroine.
The four laterally connecting and overlapping concave arcs forming a dome over the statue, connotes continuous technological success and unceasing progress.
Stylized leaves and machine cogs underneath the statue symbolize agriculture and industry.
The SUT colors are orange and gold. Orange is the emblematic color of the Nakhon Ratchasima Province, after the color of its Scout Corps bestowed by HM King Rama VI. The color orange is also the color for Thursday, traditionally recognized in Thai education as Teacher’s Day. Gold signifies prosperity, glory, and faith.
SUT’s tree is Radermachera ignea (Kurz) Steenis whose common Thai name is “Peep Thong” and whose flowers are orange, one of SUT’s colors. Requiring little care, the tree grows quickly even in unfavorable soil or climatic conditions. With its large canopy, the tree symbolizes simplicity, endurance, progress, and tranquility.