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University of Utah Crafter Licensing Program

craftersThe Crafter Licensing Program is a great program that allows for independent artisans to participate in the University of Utah's licensing program by legally producing product adorned with the UofU's marks and names. Through this program, crafters enter into a simple contract with the UofU that grants permissions to individuals to produce and sell licensed product displaying the University of Utah indicia. It is a great way for crafters to legally benefit from the popularity of Utah's flagship institution.

All individuals must obtain approval prior to using any of the University of Utah's marks and names on any product. The University of Utah is the sole owner of all trademarks, names, and logos in reference to the University; therefore, has the right to grant permission as well as protect and enforce the use of its marks.

Trademarks:

  • Utah's official trademarks are both the specific words and indicia that identify the university as well as the artistic expression of those words and indicia, which we usually call logos.

Benefits of the Program:

  • Legally profit from the excitement generated from the UofU, especially as we enter the PAC-12.
  • Royalties paid to the University of Utah help fund student scholarships.

Requirements:

  • Must obtain permission and approval prior to using UofU's trademarks on any product.
  • Enter into a one year contract. Crafter Licensing Agreement
  • Pay $100 in royalty fees per year.
  • May only sell items directly to the individuals at festivals, fairs, events etc. No wholesales or sales to any third party retailers are permitted.
  • Sells may not exceed $5,000 in one contract year which a local license will be required. 
  • Purchase and display holograms on product (.02 cents each).

The University of Utah is the sole owner of all rights, title, and interest in and to its licensed indicia as well as the derivatives of the licensed indicia and all rights relating thereto and expressively reserved by the UofU. Trademark infringement can result in legal action against you and/or your bus

Last Updated: 8/24/16