UT Austin Seal

The University of Texas at Austin seal is an important element in our visual identity. Its use is reserved for official communications from the Office of the President as well as business cards and stationery for all colleges, schools and units and official university documents, certificates, awards and plaques. The seal may not be used on any other materials, banners and signs, etc. without prior written approval from the Office of Trademark Licensing.

 

The University of Texas at Austin black and orange seal

The seal should always appear in burnt orange (Pantone 159), with the exception of an all-black version and an all-white version for reverses on dark backgrounds. The full-color version of the seal is permitted for use primarily by The University of Texas System.

Written requests for use of the seal should be sent to the Office of Trademark Licensing and should answer the following questions.

  • Who is requesting use of the seal?

  • What is the purpose of the use of the seal?

  • When will the seal be used?

  • Why is the seal being requested for a use outside officially approved uses?

  • Where will the seal be used?

  • Any other information that would be helpful for the approval process.

 

UT Austin seal has been changed to pink and purple.

Use approved colors only.

Seal has a drop shadow and the shape is distorted into an oval.

Do not apply graphic filters, such as drop shadows, bevels, 3-D effects, embosses or glows  to the seal.

The seal is placed on a T-shirt.

The seal may not be used on any other materials, T-shirts, banners, and signs, etc. without prior written approval from the Office of Trademark Licensing.