Sponsorships (Income coming into the University)


Sponsorship definition:

A sponsorship is a relationship/agreement with an external entity where that entity provides money, products, or services to a University entity, and in return, the entity receives acknowledgment of the sponsorship on University marketing collateral or other return benefits.

Sponsorship activity is now under Licensing and Trademarks. They are in the process of drafting policies, procedures, guidelines, agreements, proposal templates, etc. All of these resources will be added to their website once they have been drafted and vetted.

See weblink New Object Codes for Sponsorships from Purchasing.

Please contact the Sponsorship Office if your unit is engaging Sponsorships with money or goods/services coming into the University.


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