Permission to Use

Texas Woman’s University has grown from its humble beginnings in 1901 to become the nation’s largest public university primarily for women.

Over the years, symbols, icons, traditions and trademarks have come to represent the passion of TWU alumni, fans, students and student-athletes. While it’s been a long time coming, effective July 1, 2018, the university is embarking a new licensing program to ensure these marks and symbols are used properly. TWU departments and student organizations should be aware of the new policies.

Campus Use

Bookstore merchandise

Texas Woman’s University permits use of protected logos and marks by colleges, schools, departments and student organizations with appropriate prior approval and in accordance with the guidelines for each mark. The university Visual Identity Manual provides guidance on using the marks and logos appropriately. 

Logos and marks may not be used in any way that would constitute endorsement, approval or underwriting of any corporation, product, activity, service or contract by TWU.

Page last updated 5:01 PM, March 27, 2019