Approval to Use University Content
All university content (names, logos, seals, marketing publications, stories, web pages/sites, photos, videos, images, symbols and the like) represents intellectual property and registered federal trademarks owned exclusively by Seattle University. They are to be used for university business purposes only.
Any other use of the university's content for commercial purposes by any person or organization is prohibited without the express permission of the university. This applies to use in all forms of communications, including printed materials, Web sites and page (commercial and personal), videos, films, DVDs, CDs, television, radio, imprinted merchandise, digital and online media and the like. Seattle University vigorously monitors and protects its content from unauthorized use.
All individuals, third parties, entities and organizations that would like to use or reproduce the content must contact the Marketing Communications at 206-296-6114 or email email@example.com to obtain permission. Once approval has been given, the individuals, third parties, entities and organizations are not allowed to alter, distort or deface any element of the university content.
News Media Access To Seattle University Campus
Seattle University strives to be helpful and responsive to news media seeking access to campus, facilities, staff and students while maintaining a safe learning environment and the reasonable privacy expectation of students and others.
News media requests to access and/or film outdoor or indoor areas must be coordinated through the Marketing Communications office. Media should contact Stacy Howard, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-296-6114.
Filming & Photography on Campus
Seattle University strives to cooperate with requests from film and video producers to use SU facilities and grounds when it can be demonstrated their activities serve the university's interest. Priority generally is given to requests from nonprofit organizations and projects supporting the mission of the university.
- All requests should be sent to the Marketing Communications office.
- Once approval has been granted, Marketing Communications will be responsible for working with the production company to complete the necessary paperwork and coordinate its efforts with all appropriate university offices.
The university will consider permitting the making of photographs, films and videotapes on campus for commercial non-news purposes on the basis of the following guidelines:
- A production will be considered in terms of its size and complexity and to what degree it might disrupt classes and other normal campus activities. Whenever possible, production should be scheduled for weekends and during breaks in the academic calendar.
- Anyone wishing to film on campus for commercial non-news purposes must submit in writing detailed information about the propose project, including locations, days and hours of shooting, number of people involved in each day's shooting, type of activity to be filmed, commercial purpose and sponsor, and security and safety requirements.
- Seattle University will prepare a contract, to be signed by the production company and the university. A shoot will be considered confirmed when this contract has been signed by both parties.