Trademark & Logo Use

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STOP!!!

THINK BEFORE YOU INK

The name University of Alaska Fairbanks, the initials UAF, the UAF logo and the word Nanook(s) are trademarks of the University of Alaska Fairbanks and are reserved for official UAF use.

Marketing and Communications reviews all designs incorporating UAF’s marks that are affixed to promotional items being offered for sale or free distribution to the public.

Your design must be approved prior to ordering the merchandise:

Send your logo to logo@uaf.edu . If you have questions, you may contact UAF Marketing and Communications at 907-474-5148.
http://www.uaf.edu/marketing/

WHO CAN I USE?

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2014 APPROVED VENDORS OF UAF!

University units must use manufactures who are licensed with UAF to purchase clothing or other merchandise.

Internal Campus Suppliers
-used for "non-resale" items.
e.g. prizes, giveaways, free merchandise

Local Licensees
-local vendors used for "resale" items.
e.g. any merchandise, t-shirts, waterbottles, etc. 

Standard Licensees
-national vendors used for "resale" and or "non-relase" items.
e.g. any merchandise you wish to use as a giveaway or sell

ROYALTY WAIVER REQUEST

BECOMING AN AUTHORIZED MANUFACTURER?

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HOW TO GET STARTED:

The CLC (Collegiate Licensing Company) offers brand development, protection, and management of the use of UAF logos. Logos are intellectual property, so use of logos must be protected. For this reason, UAF has contracted CLC to manage products which include the use of, or reference to, UAF.

Obtaining a license through CLC for one of its member institutions is a process that will require a great deal of thought, research, and commitment. With more than 2,500 companies already licensed to produce a wide range of products, only those companies that can exhibit a commitment to the collegiate market, have established production and distribution capabilities, and/or offer a new or unique product will be granted the opportunity to obtain a license.

OBTAINING A LICENSE

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