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This policy sets forth the process by which OSU employees acting in their official capacity and OSU departments may seek and receive OSU approval to place Signage, including but not limited to monument signs, building signs, banners and posters, on OSU buildings and around campus.
Oregon State University requires an effective system of visual communication that projects a uniform institutional identity, while at the same time integrating well with the present and future campus environment.
The Campus Sign Plan describes a harmonious and aesthetically pleasing arrangement in the following three areas of design: Communication: What signs say, to whom, and for what purpose; how they say it; where the signs are located; and how well signs communicate.
The Campus Sign Plan was formally adopted by the Campus Planning Committee on June 26, 2006. Contact the Land Use Planning Team if you have questions about the Campus Sign Plan or to learn more about signs.
Temporary Sign Requests
To request temporary signage, please complete and submit the appropriate Temporary Sign Request Form.