In 1976 the California State Legislature enacted laws pertaining to the University of California and the University Name.
Through a series of official delegations of authority, the UCLA Administrative Vice Chancellor currently has the responsibility to safeguard University Assets, including the UCLA Marks, at UCLA.
State of California Constitution, Article IX Education, Section 9
The University of California is a public trust administered by “The Regents of the University of California.”
California Education Code (EDC) Section 92000
All University of California names, including UCLA Marks, are the property of the State of California. The Regents of the University of California may grant permission to use them, provided the use is consistent with the established rules and restrictions contained in California Education Code Section 92000.
UC DA 0864 Authority To Permit Use Of Name
The Regents appointed the UCLA Chancellor to make decisions about how the UCLA Marks are used, so long as the uses comply with the requirements of California Education Code Section 92000.
UC DA 0865 Authority To Permit Use Of Unofficial Seal
UCLA's Chancellor has the authority to grant permission to use the University's Unofficial Seal, so long as the use complies with the requirements of California Education Code Section 92000.
UCLA DA 705.04 Authority To Permit Use Of UCLA Marks
UCLA's Chancellor delegated authority to the UCLA Administrative Vice Chancellor to make decisions about how the UCLA Marks, including names and seals, are used.
UCLA Policy 110: Use of the University’s Names, Seals & UCLA Marks
The UCLA Administrative Vice Chancellor issued UCLA Policy 110 to set forth the authorized and restricted uses of the UCLA Marks and to outline the process to request approval for uses that require special permissions.
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