Licensing Emory’s Brand

The Emory University Trademark Licensing program ensures that our brand identity is properly represented and promoted in the marketplace.

What Are Emory University Trademarks?

An Emory University trademark is any mark, logo, symbol, nickname, letter(s), word, or derivative that can be associated with Emory and can be distinguished from those of other institutions or entities. Emory trademarks are the property of Emory University, and their unauthorized use of is prohibited. The university, in cooperation with our licensing agent, Licensing Resource Group, vigorously enforces our trademark rights.

Who Needs to Be Licensed?

Anyone using the name or marks of Emory University for a commercial purpose must be licensed. To become an approved licensee of Emory University, please visit

For information on becoming a licensee of Emory, contact:

Ed Moseley

Senior Director of Business and Finance

Email Ed

Brandy Jamison

CLC Brand Manager 360

Email Brandy

Brian Eubank

Internal Use: For university use such as letterhead, brochures, and reports, there is no licensing approval required.

External Use: University departments may use Emory marks to raise funds for their own organization or charitable support. Items purchased for such purposes must be acquired from approved licensees and have the design artwork reviewed by the Office of Brand Management.

Student Groups: Officially recognized governance and official student groups may create merchandise bearing university logos. It is preferred that they work with a licensed or approved vendor. Governance and official student groups are established by Campus Life and the deans of the Emory schools. They can assist with review of proposed student organization branding.


Emory Preferred Vendors

Club Colors

Contact: Pat Azizi

Email Pat


Booker Promotions

Contact: Neil Kalnitz

Email Neil


Duluth AlphaGraphics

For official stationery, contact EmoryExpress:

EmoryExpress Online

Email EmoryExpress