Order Branded Product

Products bearing the Pacific University logo are a great tool for building brand recognition and increasing Boxer Spirit.

Product Design

Products should use the primary color palette — red, black, grey and white. This includes all patterned backgrounds and aloha gear. Follow the logo use guidelines, and be sure not to stretch or distort the logo.

The logo needs to be on the gear, however, do not incorporate it into the artwork. For example, if your t-shirt has a primary design, the logo is to be be placed near the artwork, on a sleeve or nape of the neck.

Artwork can accompany the university logo although do not create event, program or club logos. Please contact Marketing & Communications with questions or for assistance.

Branded Product Purchases

You can explore products, get estimates from multiple licensed vendors, and purchase branded products on our AgoraCX platform. Create an account using your university email address and personal password; then select the product and vendor. If you're not ready to make your purchase, save your product request(s) to purchase at a later time. If you're interested in how the ordering process works before you create an account, here is a Box link to the AgoraCX User Guide.

If you haven’t found what you are looking for or need an additional assistance, please contact Marketing & Communications.

Licensed Vendors

You must use licensed vendors when ordering Pacific University products. A licensed vendor is authorized to create products using trademarked Pacific University logos. In addition to the licensed vendors offering products via our AgoraCX site, the complete list of licensed vendors can be found here.

If you are working with a vendor who has not been licensed, they can apply for a license online via our licensing partner CLC Learfield. There are two types of license available:

  • A standard license is for companies to produce licensed products for resale to the general public. Standard licensees pay royalties off the wholesale cost of the goods they are selling.
  • A restricted license is for companies that produce products only for the Pacific University community — given away or used as a fundraiser for class or club.

If they have additional questions about licensing, connect with licensing@clc.com. Other questions? Contact Marketing & Communications.