2.1 Official University Name
In accordance with Chapter II, Article 4, of the Bylaws of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology School Corporation (“the Corporation” or “SC”), the name of this graduate educational institution is
Okinawa Institute of Science & Technology Graduate University
(sometimes referred to as “OIST Graduate University” or “the University”).
All its academic activities shall be transacted, and all written academic instruments must be executed, in this official university name by its authorized officers and agents and authenticated, when necessary, by affixing the seal bearing the name Okinawa Institute of Science & Technology Graduate University. All business agreements, contracts, and other legally binding transactions required for OIST Graduate University must be executed in the official corporate name of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology School Corporation.
2.1.1 OIST School Corporation and OIST Graduate University, through the Board of Governors, reserve to themselves authority to approve:
188.8.131.52 Use, and revocation of the use, of the official corporate or university name or any abbreviated name by any non-University person or entity as part of its name or in any other manner that indicates or implies an authorized relationship with the University.
184.108.40.206 Removal of the official university name or any abbreviated name from the name of any organizational unit of the University.
220.127.116.11 Use of the official corporate or university name in a manner other than that prescribed in administrative policy.
2.1.2. Gifts, Bequests, Donations or Devises
All gifts, bequests, contributions, donations and devises made in trust or otherwise in the name of the University or any abbreviated name, or in the name of any unit of the University, shall be transferred to the Okinawa Institute of Science & Technology School Corporation. The Okinawa Institute of Science & Technology School Corporation has the authority to manage all transfers intended for the corporation.
2.1.3 University Marks
The University shall maintain a consistent visual identity system, including name, marks, and logos, that (a) reinforces and protects the University’s identity; (b) distinguishes the University from other institutions; and (c) reflects the University’s traditions and heritage.
18.104.22.168 The President or delegate shall maintain administrative policies and procedures to implement this policy.