Any person, organization or corporation wishing to manufacture a product bearing or containing any of the marks of the College, or to provide a service that will use the marks, must enter into a licensing agreement that authorizes such use. Examples of products include giveaways, apparel, uniforms, sports equipment, etc.
Any on-campus department wishing to produce a product bearing any of the marks of the College must utilize a licensed vendor with the assistance of Scott Morse, assistant vice president for communications and marketing.
Only officially licensed, approved vendors (licensees) may produce items bearing the College’s trademarks or name. Those wishing to become licensed can obtain an application at clc.com. Along with a completed application, vendors are required to submit product samples, proof of insurance, and a nominal fee.
Once a vendor is licensed, they can access current, accurate Lafayette logos and marks from Brand Manager 360, IMG College Licensing’s web-based artwork database. Product designs must be submitted into Brand Manager 360 for review and approval prior to being produced. Items bearing Lafayette’s trademarks without a license may be considered “counterfeit” and subject to all available legal remedies, including seizure of the items. Additionally, licensed vendors who fail to submit designs for pre-production approval may have their license revoked.
A list of Lafayette’s licensees is available by visiting clc.com, click “licensing info,” click “licensee search” in the left-hand column and following the search instructions.
For more information, please contact:
Scott D. Morse
Assistant Vice President for Communications & Marketing
Phone: (610) 330-5129