Tools and Resources
The University of Oregon gives you a premier opportunity to get in on the $4 billion college licensing business. A fully executed UO trademark licensing agreement is required to sell products with the university’s trademarks or brand.
Guidelines to help you create strong, consistent materials that collectively tell the University of Oregon story in a way that's original, memorable, and true to who we are.
High-resolution files of the UO's most frequently used assets—primary and departmental signatures, institutional fonts, web headers and footers, photography, and other resources.
The editorial style guide is intended to provide writers and editors with clear, consistent guidelines for writing about the University of Oregon, addressing some of the most commonly asked questions and our particular points of style.
Information about the UO's three catalogs—UO Catalog, School of Law Catalog, and Summer Session Catalog—including their publication cycle and how to write a 25-word course description.
A model release form, available in both English and Spanish, may be necessary for film or photography. If there is any question as to the legal standing to use the likeness of your subject, have him or her sign a release form
Around the O is the UO’s go-to place for information about the university, its people, and the difference they make, while also serving as the hub for news, announcements, and information of interest to the campus community.
The University of Oregon is home to many elite researchers and experts in a variety of fields who are available for media interview and related requests. You can search for experts in a specific topic area or scan our full list of experts.
If you’ve been contacted by the media as part of your job at the university, you may refer journalists directly to our office. We are happy to work with you on the best way to handle media queries.
The Academic and Administrative Leadership List is a moderated listserv for distributing messages related to the administration and management of both academic and research units and faculty and leadership of administrative units.
All websites maintained by Marketing Communications are managed by a client-designated site owner who must request permissions be granted to site editors after they agree to our terms and conditions.
Do you need a website but don't have dedicated communications staff? UO Blogs is a web publishing platform available to all UO faculty, students and staff.