The Harvard Trademark Program was established in order to protect Harvard’s trademarks; to regulate the use of the trademarks on products sold, and to help support Harvard’s student-aid initiatives with royalties received from the sale of licensed products. The Trademark Program oversees Harvard’s trademarks and guards against their unauthorized use by identifying and resolving cases involving the misuse or infringement of Harvard’s trademarks on a worldwide basis.
Non-Harvard groups are not permitted to use the name “Harvard” (alone or as part of another name) or any logos, seals, insignia or other words, names, symbols or devices that identify Harvard or any Harvard school, unit, division or affiliate (“Harvard Names”) for any purpose in connection with the use or occupancy of HLS space, except in any description of the location of your event. Any description of the location of the event may accurately give the precise address, but shall not imply that Harvard has any part in presenting or is in any way involved in the event; phrases such as “on the Harvard University campus” may be used, but only as part of a factual statement to describe the location where the event is taking place and never as part of the name of the event.
For any questions relating to Harvard trademarks or logos, you can contact the Harvard Trademark Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-495-9513. Additional information can also be found on the Harvard Trademark Program website at http://trademark.harvard.edu/.