Licensing Information

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Virginia Tech offers four opportunities for companies and individuals to become licensed with the university. You must hold a Virginia Tech license with the Collegiate Licensing Company and abide by the University's Code of Conduct in order to produce merchandise bearing a university trademark. Explore the four different types below to find the license that best aligns with your goals.

Allows a company to produce a product bearing the trademarks of collegiate institutions for university departments and related entities for internal consumption only. Cannot provide product at retail or direct to consumer.

Allows a company to produce product bearing the trademarks of collegiate institutions within the same state as the business' location for university departments and related entities in addition to retail distribution.

Allows a company to produce product bearing the trademarks of unlimited collegiate institutions for university departments and related entities, in addition to retail distribution through all channels.

Allows crafters to produce hand-made products bearing the trademarks of collegiate institutions. Standards for the crafter license include no more than 500 units sold per year and less than $2,500 total sales of licensed product. No sales are permitted on a wholesale basis or to third party retailers.

**Please note our Crafter's Program is in transition and we will not be accepting new applications at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.