Texas A&M University was established in 1876 and was Texas' first public institution of higher learning. Being a school as rich in history and deep traditions as Texas A&M is, it is important to protect the integrity of the marks, names, and logos that have come to represent the university.
All on- and off- campus individuals, groups and organizations must receive written approval from the Office of Business Development prior to the use of any of Texas A&M's marks, names, and logos.
Texas A&M University uses the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) as its primary licensing agent. CLC is the nation's leading collegiate trademark licensing and marketing company, assisting collegiate institutions in protecting, managing and developing their brands.
For information on CLC's resources and services, as well as applications for becoming a licensed vendor of Texas A&M University please contact the Collegiate Licensing Company directly:
Collegiate Licensing Company
290 Interstate North
Atlanta, GA 30339
Before an individual or business may use Texas A&M University's marks, formal permission must be granted through a license agreement. There are several types of licensing agreements to accommodate different licensee needs.
The Collegiate Licensing Company issues the following licenses. For questions or applications please contact CLC.
Texas A&M University issues the following licenses. For questions or an application please contact Rosa Rodriguez.
To view or download a list of Texas A&M's licensed vendors, as well as a list of where to shop locally, please see below.
Maintaining a consistent and professional image is important to the success of the Texas A&M brand. Texas A&M licensees are encouraged, within the guidelines, to be creative in the application of the marks. All designs are subject to approval by the Collegiate Licensing Company and the Office of Business Development prior to use.
Please review the Texas A&M Brand Guide for guidelines and proper usage of marks, names, and logos before producing any Texas A&M branded products.
The Office of Business Development maintains a growing list of frequently asked questions. For specific questions not covered in the FAQ, please feel free to contact the Office of Business Development.