Presidential memorandum on consistent application of how Rensselaer is represented to all of its audiences and stakeholders.
Strategic Communications and External Relations (SCER)
Responsible for ensuring that all schools and portfolios adhere to standards that promote and protect Institute identity; and includes policies regarding Government Relations.
To comply with the federal Honest Leadership and Open Government Act of 2007, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is required to file quarterly lobbying reports and must certify that employees are aware of the rules of the House and Senate regarding gifts and travel.
The Rensselaer Licensing and Trademark Program is designed to ensure the proper use of trademarks, service marks, logos, and insignias on products associated with Rensselaer and RPI Athletics to maintain standards in keeping with the quality of the Institute; protect the Institute’s reputation, good name, and image by permitting only appropriate uses and assuring that only quality products bear the Institute's marks, including its name, initials, or logos, through requiring that official licensees be used to imprint or produce any products bearing Rensselaer or RPI Athletics marks unless th
The New York State Lobbying Act (Chapter 1040, Laws of 1981 and as subsequently amended) requires registration and regular reporting on lobbying activities to the New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE).
The Rensselaer Brand in Action Guidelines support the many ways that Rensselaer is The New Polytechnic in advance of the Institute's 200th anniversary in 2024.
Use of these policies and standards will serve to promote and maintain Institute identity, consistency, and accuracy and currency. Rensselaer seeks compliance with its Web standards across all websites officially associated with the Institute.