The official logo of the Atheist Community of Tulsa features the name circling the state of Oklahoma with the acronym atop with the 'A' in the Zapfino font used in the Richard Dawkins Foundation "Out Campaign".
The official mascot of the Atheist Community of Tulsa is "The Golden Thinker" (a.k.a. "The Thinking Driller"). Inspired by Auguste Rodin's "The Thinker" and Tulsa's "Golden Driller", the name was voted upon by members in a June of 2011 online contest.
The mascot's color and likeness symbolize Tulsa and his pose symbolizes freethought so he is a symbol of Tulsa freethought for ACT.
Atheist Community of Tulsa currently has three slogans:
"Are you tired of religion, superstition, and isolation? Remain passive no more. ACT."
"I think, therefore I Am."
"It's OK if you don't believe. You are not alone."
The first slogan plays on the definitional meaning of the acronym, ACT. The second slogan is a quote from René Descartes' Discourse on the Method (1637) and Principles of Philosophy (1644) and used mostly in conjuncture with the mascot where the 'a' in 'am' is the aforementioned red Zapfino 'A' thus implying, "I think, therefore I am an atheist". The third slogan plays on Oklahoma's abbreviation of OK and its definitional meaning.