Texas A&M University prohibits the use of any of its registered symbols, insignia, or other identifying marks without express written approval. This prohibition includes, but is not necessarily limited to, all registered marks to the university's name, abbreviations, symbols, emblems, logos, mascot, slogans, official insignia, uniforms, landmarks, or songs.
Unauthorized use of the marks is trademark infringement. Any production or sale of unauthorized products or services is a violation of the Federal Lanham Trademark Act of 1946, the Federal Trademark Act of 1984, and State of Texas infringement and unfair competition laws, among others. Such violations are subject to liability for damages, injunctive relief, attorney's fees and other penalties, civil and criminal.
For more information regarding the use of Texas A&M trademarks for commercial purposes, or to report possible violations, call the Trademark Licensing Office, (979) 845-4621.