Intellectual Property / Copyright Policy
Trademarks and service marks may be created in association with an underlying license for another form of intellectual property, such as a patent, or independently, such as a university logo or symbol.
- Associated with Other Intellectual Property. The University owns a trademark or service mark if it is associated with other intellectual property owned by the University.
- Independently Created. The University owns trademarks and service marks that are independently created by Personnel within the Scope of Employment unless the University agrees otherwise in writing.
- Commercialization. The University may commercialize or license its trademarks and service marks.
- Registration. The president or designee shall approve registration of trademarks or service marks, at the state or federal level.