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Made at Stout logoHow to get the Made at UW-Stout mark

Using the mark is an easy two-step process. Besides being free to the UW-Stout family, here is what you need to know to gain access to the Made at UW-Stout mark: 

Step One: Meet the Standards

The Made at UW-Stout mark is designated only for use to identify creative ideas, designs, processes, innovations, and products that are owned and created:

  • by UW-Stout students, staff, faculty and/or alums AND
  • when the proof of concept phase has been achieved at UW-Stout

Step Two: Meet the UW-Stout Identity Guidelines

The Made at UW-Stout mark is designated only for use to identify creative ideas, designs, processes, innovations, and products that are owned and created by UW-Stout students, staff, faculty and/or alums AND when the proof-of-concept phase has been achieved at UW-Stout.

The determination as to whether or not an item qualifies for use of the mark will be determined by the Made at Stout Review Board.

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