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Student Apparel Policy & Process

Plan Ahead: Submissions will not be reviewed and/or accepted in the Spring. Be sure to submit by the last indicated due date in the Fall Semester.

Rolling Submissions

Send to Ms. Moscotte before or by any of the dates below.

September
Wednesday, Sept. 4
Wednesday, Sept. 18

October
Wednesday, Oct. 2
Wednesday, Oct. 16
Wednesday, Oct. 30
 

November
Wednesday, Nov. 13
Wednesday, Nov. 20

December
Wednesday, Dec. 4
Wednesday, Dec. 18

Sweatshirts vs T-Shirts

Sweatshirts and T-Shirts have different sets of design guidelines needed for approval. All uniform sweatshirts must adhere to guidelines regarding design, logo placement, and apparel colors. T-Shirts may not be worn as uniforms, meanining that they may be worn on spirit days, free-dress days, or when given special approval from Dean of Students. As a result, T-Shrits have fewer restrictions on shirt color, logo, and design elements used. Please refer to the Student Apparel Policy document below for more information. 

Please note: All Clubs and Organizations must submit requests for both sweatshirts and t-shirts to the Marketing Team by any of the rolling deadlines indicated above.

Approval Process

Create a design. For Clubs, be sure to abide by the rules and guidelines found below when creating your sweatshirt designs. 

Send an email to Ms. Moscotte and include the information below:

  • CC Moderator
  • Attatch an image, do not submit a URL
  • Submit by any of the 10 rolling deadlines

The Marketing Team will review your submission and send an email regarding your approval status within 1-2 days of submission.

If approved, teams can place an order with their team moderator and move on to Step 4.

If modifications or revisions are requested, clubs do not have to wait until the next due date to hear back on their approval status. Once revised designs are submitted, the Marketing Team will respond at their earliest convenience. 

After a club places an order with their moderator, please forward the purchase invoice in an email to Ms. Moscotte for archiving record purposes.

Submission Requirements

Please download and review the requirements before submitting a club/org apparel design. 

Please Note: Review of Student Apparel Policy is mandatory prior to design approval. Please be sure to send at least one representative (club officer or moderator) to the Club Officer Marketing Meeting in the beginning of the Fall semester. If your club was unable to attend the meeting, please contact Ms. Moscotte to set up a 1:1 meeting. 

Student Apparel Color Palette

Forest Green

HEX
004712
CMYK
79-0-100-75
RGB
0-71-18

White

HEX
#ffffff
CMYK
0-0-0-0
RGB
255-255-255

Sage

HEX
#c7dacc
CMYK
22-5-21-0
RGB
199-289-204

Light Gray

HEX
#b2b3b2
CMYK
30-24-25-0
RGB
178-179-178

Dark Gray

HEX
#555759
CMYK
65-55-53-29
RGB
85-87-89

Black

HEX
#000000
CMYK
0-0-0-0
RGB
0-0-0

Downloadable Logos

Tips for Cheaper Designs

  • Use 1 color logo variations to avoid extra ink colors.
  • Keep design artwork 1-2 ink colors.
  • Consider using negative space with 1 ink color and the base apparel color.
  • Customization fees can be avoided by not adding a member's name each sweatshirt.
  • Make a sweatshirt stay relevant longer by leaving out the year of the club if possible.
  • Print in two locations rather than three.
  • This practice avoids additional placement fees commonly associated with back, sleeve, or hood designs.

For more information, please contact

Allyssa Moscotte

Director of Marketing & Communications