LSU and LSUE logos are the cornerstone of the LSU brand. Their use represents our excellence in academics, research, outreach, and athletics to audiences worldwide. These logos are distributed by both the LSUE Office of Public Relations which manages the use of the logo by campus communities and external consultants providing professional services to the university; and the LSU Office of Trademark Licensing, which manages the use of LSU and LSUE marks for retail sales and by entities in contractual partnerships with LSU schools.
If you are an external consultant, vendor, or any entity not directly affiliated with LSUE, please contact the Office of Public Relations (firstname.lastname@example.org or 337-550-1211) to inquire about obtaining permission to use the LSUE logo. Vendors should visit Learfield Licensing Partners to become licensed to use the LSUE brand.
All campus units and external consultants are required to comply with the logo usage guidelines provided on this site. Review and approval by the LSUE Office of Public Relations is also required for all advertising and reputation-defining collateral materials developed, which use the LSUE logo. Please review these link carefully before beginning development of LSUE advertising and collateral materials.
The LSUE Geaux word mark, with Eunice spelled out below, is the main logo for LSUE.
The LSUE Geaux word mark may be used in place of the primary logo.
The LSUE seal is reserved for commencement and official university documents. Usage of the seal as a design element on pamphlets, brochures, websites, and/or other collateral materials is not permitted. ALL Usage of the seal needs the permission of the LSUE Office of Public Relations.
The Geaux word mark is NOT allowed for usage with LSUE Athletics. LSUE Athletics as a specific word mark. In addition to the word mark, there are two secondary marks and numerous outlined variation on the word mark. These logos are used solely for athletics communications and university licensing agreements. Usage of these marks needs the permission of the LSUE Office of Public Relations.