Whoosh! Show school spirit and add the UT Dallas logos and wordmarks to your marketing materials.
In general, logo usage in promotional materials should follow the design and color specifications of the brand standards whenever possible. Apparel items may use the logos as a one-color imprint on any color fabric or tone on tone.
All UT Dallas departments and offices must order promotional items from the Promotion Item – Approved Vendors list. To access the list,
- Log into Galaxy with your NetID and password.
- Select eProcurement.
- Click Promotion Item – Approved Vendors.
Vendor exceptions may be made if the product requested is unavailable through the approved vendors. Contact Procurement for questions or clarifications.
Producing Trademark Materials
The University has worked to build a strong brand and visual identity. Through trademarks and registrations, the University protects both its identity and reputation from misuse and infringements.
All promotional items including merchandise and some printed materials featuring University’s logos are subject to review by the University’s designated licensing team.
To make sure your project is produced correctly and in a timely matter:
- Purchase products from a licensed vendor or follow the instructions above for departmental purchases.
- Submit your artwork to your vendor. The vendor will send your approved artwork to the University’s licensing team.
- Allow up to five (5) business days for approval from the licensing team. If you need assistance in determining the best marks to use, send your artwork or request to [email protected].
- Once approved, your vendor will produce your order based on their turnaround time. Turnaround times vary from vendor to vendor, please buffer your timeline accordingly.
UT System Policy and Trademark Protections
The University of Texas at Dallas adheres to UT System Guidelines for all policies regarding trademarks and licensing. Inquiries regarding UT Dallas trademark licensing and registration should be directed to the Office of Communications at [email protected] or X4701.
The use of a UT Trademark in conjunction with the product or service of an individual, group or corporation may damage that hard-earned reputation. For this reason, UT System has taken the action necessary to protect UT Trademarks under applicable federal and state law and has developed policies and procedures to license their use under limited circumstances (see UT System Trademark Policy).