NC State’s Board of Trustees established the licensing program to protect the University’s marks, to control product quality, and to prohibit the unauthorized use of university marks on commercial and non-commercial products.
Filming on Campus
Being a licensee does not grant permission to film or photograph on the University’s campus or to use campus buildings as backdrops in advertising, promotions or packaging. All commercial photography, film-making or videotaping on the campus of NC State University must be approved by University Communications. To request a permit, please contact Donna Barnes (email@example.com).
This regulation and its supporting guidelines establish the procedures for creating and managing a University presence or participating in social media in an official capacity on behalf of NC State.
Code of Conduct
In January 1999, NC State University adopted a Code of Conduct designed to ensure that products bearing the marks of the University are produced under healthy, safe and fair working conditions. As a means of implementing the Code and of ensuring, to the highest degree possible, compliance with its workplace standards, the University has affiliated with the Fair Labor Association (FLA).