Types of Agreements

Which Agreement Works for You?

Any person, business or organization desiring to use trademarks of The University of Texas System for products/merchandise must be licensed to do so or receive written approval from the Office of Brand, Trademarks and Licensing. All UT System schools (except the UT Austin campus) have arranged for licenses to be issued by Learfield Licensing Partners on the institutions' behalf.

If you are interested in becoming licensed with UT Austin, see 289c Apparel, Ltd. under "About" in the menu bar.

If you are interested in applying for a UT Austin Crafter's License, see Crafter's Program under "Becoming Licensed" in the menu bar.
 
Learfield Licensing offers two types of agreements:

  • Standard License: This application should be used by companies that desire to produce licensed products for resale to the general public. We encourage you to complete all of the requested information to the best of your ability, and please feel free to contact their office with any questions you might have. Please note that any information not provided will be taken into consideration when reviewing this application and that Learfield Licensing may contact you to clarify any responses.

  • Internal Usage License: This application should be used by companies that desire to produce licensed products for internal use only at the selected institution. No products produced under this license agreement may be sold to the general public. We encourage you to complete all of the requested information to the best of your ability, and please feel free to contact their office with any questions you might have. Please note that any information not provided will be taken into consideration when reviewing this application and that Learfield Licensing may contact you to clarify any responses.

To download an application, click here. Take note that the same application will apply to both types of agreements. Some vendors may apply for both types of agreements and may use one application.  Find out more information in "Application Instructions".