University of Vermont

Office of the General Counsel

Where or with who at the University do I obtain permission to use the University's name or logo(s)?

Trademarks identifying the University or its products, services, programs, or activities are the property of the University, protected under state and federal trademark law (“University Trademarks”). Use of a University trademark without the consent and approval of an authorized University official constitutes an unlawful infringement of the mark. Please visit the University Licensing Program’s website at http://www.uvm.edu/~license/ for information about the approval process for use of a University Trademark, or contact Chris McCabe, Assistant Vice President for Marketing, at (802) 656-7728 for more information.  Additional information regarding Trademarks can also be found in the University’s Trademark Policy, which is available electronically at http://www.uvm.edu/policies/general_html/trademark.pdf.

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Last modified November 28 2016 03:22 PM