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Stanford’s trademarks (“Marks”) are valuable assets and our rights in these assets are protected by trademark and other intellectual property laws.  The Marks may only be used in accordance with Stanford’s policies described below.  



Please contact Trademark Licensing at if you have questions about (i) Stanford’s trademark licensing program, (ii) use of Stanford’s Marks on merchandise, or (iii) use of Stanford’s Marks by vendors, business partners, research and other sponsors, industrial affiliates, foundations and other non-Stanford enterprises.

LICENSEES must be used to produce items featuring Stanford trademarks and/or other licensed indicia. Here is the list of LICENSEES that are approved for internal campus group use.  Please note you'll need to use your SUNet ID to log into the Shared Resources cite to access this list. 

Other questions about use of the Marks may be directed as follows:



Use of Stanford’s Marks in connection with Stanford’s educational and research activities

Trademark Licensing at or University Communications at

Use of Stanford’s Marks for promotional or marketing purposes in the media or in digital communications

University Communications at

Use of Stanford’s Marks by donors

Office of Development at

Use of Stanford Medicine and Stanford Health Care emblems and branding

Use of Stanford Children’s Health emblems and branding

Stanford Children’s Health at

Registration of internet domain names

Web Communications at

Trademark registrations

Office of the General Counsel at

Misuse of Stanford’s Marks by non-Stanford entities

Office of the General Counsel at