Understand key policies, guidelines and code of conduct language.
These are several documents you should be familiar with before using any trademarks of Carnegie Mellon University. Please take the time to read regardless if you plan to use an official or non-official logtype for "CARNEGIE MELLON" or "CMU".
- Official Policy for the Use of Carnegie Mellon University Trademarks
- Code of Workplace Conduct for Trademark Licensees
- Identity guidelines for using the wordmark & unitmarks
- Identity guidelines for use of the Scotty dog mascot graphics
Carnegie Mellon's official mascot debuted in Nov. 10, 2007. The graphic (a registered trademark) features a profile of a distinguished, bold Scottish terrier sporting a plaid scarf around his neck. The dog is contained in a shield, representing Carnegie Mellon's Scottish heritage.