I am a: Potential Licensee
About Northern Arizona University
Northern Arizona University was established in 1899 in the city of Flagstaff, Arizona, nestled at the base of the majestic San Francisco Peaks. At an elevation of 7,000 feet, NAU experiences a true four season climate with 288 days of sunshine and more than 100 inches of annual snowfall, all while being surrounded by the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the world.
With 151 degree programs, NAU has attained a student body population of over 30K enrolled students, who participate in 15 NCAA Division I sports teams. Our nationally recognized programs in business, engineering, nursing and education continue to attract motivated students from around the world, who attend our flagship Mountain Campus, one of our 19 community campuses throughout the state, or participate globally through our online programs. After graduation, our nearly 168,000 Alumni contribute to the NAU story through involvement in chapter programs around the nation, as well as our #1 ranked social channels.
- Consistently ranked one of the nation’s best college towns and best places to live:
- 4th Best Small College Town (USA Today)
- One of the nation’s best college towns (Travel & Leisure)
- 3rd best college town in America (Business Insider and American Institute for Economic Research)
- Among the top 10 happiest cities (Time.com)
- One of the 25 best towns of 2017 (Outside Magazine)
- Flagstaff is known as the worlds first International Dark Sky City
NAU Trademark and Licensing Program
Northern Arizona University Trademark and Licensing partners with Collegiate Licensing Company to manage its current licensee list, review new license requests, and process all art approvals before items move into production. All potential licensees must apply to become licensed before they are allowed access to NAU Trademarks. To review license types, please click on the tabs below. To move forward with the application process and for more information, please visit the Licensing Information section.
Types of Licenses
Internal Campus Supplier Accordion Open
Allows a company to produce 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. The application fee for this type of license is $100 and is non-refundable.
Local License Accordion Closed
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. The application fee for this type of licenses is $100 and is non-refundable.
Standard License Accordion Closed
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. The application fee for this license type is $1,000 and is non-refundable.