Meet with Brett Lagerblade, Sports administrator for advice and direction of your club1
Your club must have a purpose and means to continue. An understanding of this purpose and goals and are important to starting your club and its success and growth. 5
To begin a club sport, an OrgSync club site is necessary. First, you must become a member on the CU Denver OrgSync site, OrgSync.com
Then form your club here once you have already registered within the network.2
Assess all costs associated with your club and fill out the budget proposal2013-2014
Budget Proposal Form.3
No, the CU Denver Lynx mascot represents the Denver Campus only. Though CU Anschutz was involved in the initial mascot process, the medical campus student leadership and executive leadership chose not to participate in a mascot program at this time.6
Milo the Lynx’s calendar and schedule can be found at CU Denver Lynx Mascot.8
Milo the Lynx appears at select official university events and may be requested for appearances at on-campus, off-campus and non-university related activities.9
The best way to request an appearance is to submit a mascot appearance request form (PDF) to Club Sports in the Office of Student life. Please, email completed forms to email@example.com.
Appearances are based on availability, and there is no guarantee of appearance. Priority is given to university events. If you have general questions about mascot appearances, contact Club Sports.10
For official university events there will be no fee or a nominal fee based on the details of the event.
For private events, the fee will be an hourly rate and gas/mileage. High schools and other nonprofit organizations may contact Club Sports to negotiate an appearance rate.11
The CU Denver Lynx logos and character illustration were designed by Adrenalin, Inc., a Denver-based agency and leader in sports marketing.
Milo the Lynx costume was designed by Alinco Costumes, a veteran organization and leader in the performance mascot costume industry.12
CU Denver spirit apparel and merchandise is currently available at the Auraria Bookstore.13
No. As part of our global brand position, the basic design for university stationery (including business cards, letterhead and envelopes) is consistent throughout the University of Colorado System. In all but a few cases, logo use is limited to the primary univeristy or campus signature. School, college and/or unit logos—as well as any spirit identity or mascot elements—are not permitted.
As an athletics office, CU Denver’s Club Sports department may use the mascot logo on their offiical stationery elements.
Find more information on university stationery.14
Milo the Lynx, the costumed character, is managed by Club Sports in the Office of Student Life. This includes coordination of all mascot performers, mascot coach and performer appearances, events, promotions and try-outs.
The CU Denver mascot’s visual representation—including use of the mascot name and marks, icons, wordmarks and character illustration—is co-managed by the Office of Student Life and University Communications.
More information on CU Denver mascot’s appearance and usage guidelines can be found on the CU Denver Mascot Identity webpage.15