Products and Licensing
All names, logos, seals and symbols associated with the University of St. Thomas are considered trademarks and are the exclusive property of the university.
Beginning August 1, 2021, the university will begin a formal licensing process that will involve reviewing all usage of names, logos, seals and symbols on apparel and university-branded merchandise. University marks may not be used outside of this process. Vendors who use university trademarks in producing products and merchandise must be licensed with our agent, Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC). Vendors are required to submit the design for each item to CLC for a brand review by our Campus Store team.
Licensed manufacturers pay the university a royalty fee on all products sold. Products produced by St. Thomas departments and student organizations for promotion and outreach that will not be sold will follow the review process but will not be subject to a royalty fee.
For questions, contact Sara Lang.
St. Thomas faculty, staff and students: Please see the University of St. Thomas Art Sheet for brand guidelines and assets.