Logo Licensing Program

The Fairmont State University Logo Licensing Program

Fairmont State University has teamed with Learfield Licensing Partners to license and oversee the use of its logos and
trademarks in an effort to protect the integrity and usage of the marks. Manufacturers and retailers are expected to
work directly with Learfield Licensing Partners when using Fairmont State University Logos.

Any company or person who produces any item using the Fairmont State University family of logos or the Falcon or
using the name of "FSU" or "Fighting Falcons," must be a licensed vendor. These images and words are all trademarks
of Fairmont State University.

If the end product is strictly for in-house campus use (such as donor thank-you items, shirts for coaches, award plaques
for academic awards, etc.) then the royalty fee will be waived. The vendor still needs to fill out a One-time Exemption
Licensing Form available from Tammy Holden in the Office of Creative Services, Room 104, Wallman Hall or by clicking
on the link on this page.

If the end product is to be sold, a royalty fee will be applied. All royalties that are collected come back to Fairmont State
University for athletic scholarships.

The process for becoming a licensed vendor is fairly simple. Vendors should contact Jake Garner at Learfield Licensing
Partners and he will walk them through the process.

Cole Benson
Brand Management Representative

Learfield Licensing Partners
8900 Keystone Crossing, Suite 605
Indianapolis | Indiana  46240
D 317-669-0820 | F 317-669-0810
C 574-518-1643

Any company that wishes to be a licensee of Fairmont State University needs to apply for a license through Learfield
Licensing Partners at http://learfieldlicensing.com/licensing/ here you will find the License Application link to
get you started.

Ultimately, FSU students benefit from this program because all royalty proceeds go toward athletic scholarships.
Supporting the licensing program means supporting our students.

Questions regarding logo usage should be directed to:

Tammy Holden
Director of Creative Services
Fairmont State University
Wallman Hall, Room 104
(304) 367-4019