When people look at Palmer College trademarks, they don’t just see logos. In a sense, the College trademarks speak on the institution’s behalf without saying a word. They represent who we are and what we stand for. They are a visual representation of the College’s reputation.
- Any use of word marks, trademarks, logos, and/or symbols associated with the College without permission is a violation of state and federal laws. Simply stated, anyone producing and/or knowingly selling unlicensed products is a criminal.
- Licensing revenue garnered from officially-licensed goods and services benefits the College and its students.
- Licensed vendors have met the criteria necessary to have obtained permission to produce products associated with the College.
- Licensed vendors are required to carry product liability insurance that indemnifies and protects the College.
- Licensed products must be reviewed and approved, thus meeting the standards of quality and appropriateness befitting the College’s reputation.