Trademark Licensing Program
The purpose of the Trademark Licensing Program at Western Washington University is to protect the name and marks of the University, while enhancing the institution's image. This is ensured through the approval of the use of the marks on high quality, tasteful merchandise.
The Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) is the licensing representative for WWU. As WWU's representative, CLC is responsible for administering the licensing program; including processing applications, collecting royalties and enforcing proper usage. If you are interested in obtaining a license to produce WWU merchandise, contact CLC to obtain an application.
Use of Western Washington University trademarks
To apply for a license, please contact:
For departments wishing to use WWU's marks and/or logos, please contact:
If the marks are to be on products used for giveaways or for internal use, it is recommended you use a licensed vendor to produce the item(s).
If the items are for sale you can go through one of our licensed vendors directly. We ask that you use one of our licensees to produce any such items since they are familiar with the procedures of this office and know what is and is not allowed in the use of our marks. These vendors are also affiliated with the Fair Labor Association (FLA) which checks on compliance with a code of conduct in reference to working conditions in the factories.
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