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Licensing and Trademarks
Indiana State University, established in 1865 in Terre Haute, Indiana, is regionally recognized as one of the Best in the Midwest. With a student body of 12,000+, Indiana State effectively combines a wide range of strong academic programs with the personal attention ordinarily found only at much smaller institutions. An NCAA Division I school and a member of the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC), the Sycamores consist of 15 teams, with 400+ student athletes and 212 All-Americans for 2019-20.
Over the years, symbols, icons, traditions and trademarks have come to represent the passion of Indiana State University alumni, fans, students, faculty and staff. Trademarks and Licensing in University Marketing was established to protect and promote the marks, names, and logos of Indiana State University.
Trademark and Licensing is currently housed under University Marketing through a contracted agreement. Collegiate Licensing Company, (formerly known as LRG/Learfield Licensing Partners) assists with monitoring commercial and internal use of the indicia. Individuals, groups, units and organizations, both on and off campus, seeking to use Indiana State University indicia must use licensed vendors and have prior final approval from the University Marketing office. Collegiate Licensing Company is responsible for the license administration of the approximately 130 vendors producing products bearing ISU trademarks.
Please help us keep the Indiana State University brand strong and request a license before printing or producing materials bearing the University’s name.