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We are in the process of building a new searchable digital media library. Until it is finished, we ask that you complete the form below with your requests for images.

(Web, print brochure, etc.)

You must read and accept these terms of use to be able to use photos from Marketing Communications.

You agree 

  • to use the photographs only for official university business such as websites, publications, displays, grant proposals, research, scholarly activities, general information presentations, or as personal keepsakes.
  • to not share photos or passwords with other parties, unless otherwise authorized by Marketing Communications to do so.
  • to not identify students in photographs unless you are publicizing an award or other newsworthy event.
  • to not use a photo of anyone who appears to be younger than 18 years of age unless the caption or file information indicates that a model release is on file and that use is unrestricted.
  • to credit the copyright holder, either KU Marketing Communications or the outside vendor or photographer.
  • to not substantively alter a photograph without permission of Marketing Communications.
  • to exercise reasonable care when using photos taken in the public domain (hallways, lobbies, outdoors) and avoid using images of recognizable people who haven’t signed release forms. You may use photos of recognizable people taken in the private domain (classrooms, auditoria, and offices).
  • to agree to abide by any restrictions described in the photo’s caption or restricted use information field.

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