One used to be able to purchase the university font set but the Cyclone font (as it is named) is created and owned by the AD and I don't think you can get your hands on it. And that's too bad, because it is a great font.
Techniques abound on the Interweb for extracting fonts from PDF files. But you will likely only get a subset (since these days mostly only subsets are embedded), and I don't think you will get the font metrics from the PDF file, and will have to generate those somehow.
Then, once you have done all that, you still have a font that you probably aren't supposed to have, and are subject to any repercussions for using said font...
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