The Baylor University Seal is restricted for use by and for the Board of Regents and the Office of the President, with limited exceptions. As the official indicia/insignia of the University, the University seal may not be altered in any way.
Documents displaying the University seal convey that they are officially sanctioned by the Board of Regents or Office of the President.
It is not to be used on departmental stationery, interior signage, advertising or promotion except as authorized by the Board of Regents or the Office of the President. The University seal may not be used on vehicles.
Exceptions for use of seal include jewelry, high-end commemorative gift items, and official academic or University related materials such as certificates, diplomas, and select graduation-related items, including announcements and diploma frames. Product exceptions must be approved through the Office of Trademark and Licensing and follow the Licensing and Trademark guidelines.
Internal requests for use of the seal on University materials must be submitted to Marketing and Communications' Marketing Design for initial review of compliance with Graphic Standards.