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, senior director of communications for campus life & athletics.
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
Senior Director of Communications for Campus Life & Athletics, Lafayette College
Phone: (610) 330-5122