Signage and Bulletin Boards
All campus signage is installed and maintained by Facilities Management. Interior signage includes interior directional and room identification signage, while exterior signage includes street signs, parking area designation, building identification, directional signage, and traffic signage.
Bulletin Boards must be used for posting information. All handbills, notices, fliers and bunting affixed or displayed on walls and doors are subject to removal without notification. Bulletin boards for general use by faculty, staff and students are provided in strategic locations throughout campus buildings. Many departments own and manage their own departmental bulletin boards and display cases, the use of which requires the permission of the respective dean, director or department head. Bulletin boards for departmental use and/or private office use can be purchased through Facilities Management. To maintain building standards and ensure compliance with Fire, Life & Safety retardant specifications, Facilities Management is responsible for the installation of all bulletin boards on campus.
REGARDING: Interior Wayfinding Signage Policy
DATE IMPLEMENTED: November 9, 2011
REVISED: December 7, 2011
EFFECTIVE: January 1, 2012
In order to maintain continuity on-campus and in accordance with UBC policy and standards, signage on-campus will be coordinated, approved and ordered through the Facilities Management office.
Requests should be made through the work order system. All requests are paid for by the department so accounting information is required when entering the work order (including your speed chart, account code, and billing contact).
- Faculty/Department: nameplates for new hires and office move – wall and room identification
- Faculty/Department: identification and room signage
- Window frosting signage
Also refer to:
- University Policy 120, all signage requires approval by Facilities Management
- UBC Sign Standards and Guidelines – 1.2 Interior Signs