UNH Trademark Licensing
UNHInnovation (UNHI) works to promote and protect the use of the University of New Hampshire’s name and logos, while simultaneously working to ensure that the public can properly identify and associate the logos with officially licensed products bearing the University’s trademarks.
The University of New Hampshire (UNH) has achieved an outstanding reputation as a student-centered, research intensive, highly engaged, residential public university. UNH is represented by its new logo, trademarks, athletic logos, seal, and service marks. Most of these trademarks are registered with the U.S. Office of Patent and Trademarks, the state of New Hampshire, and internationally. These marks are the exclusive property of UNH.
A license through the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) is required for products featuring UNH Trademarks. All members of the University community and its entities must also use a licensed vendor to produce any merchandise.
Outside entities/companies wishing to use University of New Hampshire logos and wordmarks must obtain an application from the appropriate licensing agency (CLC). This includes all outside entities/companies that would like to use the logos and wordmarks, whether for internal (campus) use, or external (retail).
UNH is the owner of all the rights, title, and interest in a number of trademarks, service marks, trade names, logos, designs, seals, and symbols. Additionally, UNHInnovation protects college, school, programs, innovations, and unit registered trademarks. Here, we provide you with a comprehensive overview of all of the UNH Protected Trademarks and information on how they are to be used per the UNH Visual Identity Standards.
Internal colleges, departments, programs, student organizations, and corporate sponsors need to take certain steps to use UNH marks. This section takes you to available resources on using approvals for UNH trademarks, including how to make an internal request to use UNH trademarks, a list of licensed vendors, and links to the University’s brand guidelines.