BANNERS AND SIGNS (EXTERIOR/INTERIOR)

The Campus Planning and Use Committee has approved the placement of banners and signs in certain areas of the campus. Students and University personnel may not tack banners or signs in unauthorized areas or to trees, shrubbery, fences, poles or University facilities. The Planning Department handles requests for all building signs, nameplates, room numbers, departmental identification signs, etc. Departments should submit a Work Request to Physical Facilities for all signs or sign changes.

The approved display areas for banners and signs is as follows:

  • TANNER BUILDING: Homecoming, Winter/Summer Commencements, New Student Orientation.

  • ROTC BUILDING: New Student Orientation, Homecoming, Patriot's Week.

  • BASEBALL FIELD: Baseball Today.

  • MARRIOTT CENTER: Women's Conference.

  • LAW BUILDING OVERPASS: New Student Orientation, Y-Spirit, Homecoming.

  • HOSTING OVERPASS: New Student Orientation Y-Spirit, Homecoming.

  • STADIUM SOUTH END: Spring Football Game.

  • TRACK BLEACHERS: NCAA Track.

  • LIGHT POLES ALL AROUND CAMPUS: Homecoming, Winter/Summer Commencements. (Approved flags only)

  • FUNFEST: at 1650 North and Canyon Road on fence.

  • EDUCATION WEEK: Signs to identify buildings and rooms.

  • AREAS FOR HOMECOMING: Alumni Roof (on balloons), Helaman Field (on balloons) + banner (not between light poles), DT Field on post in lawn, Kimball Quad on post in lawn, Checkerboard Square on posts in lawn, ELWC roof (2).

 

The Campus Planning and Use Committee must approve banners and signs at all other campus locations. Colleges and departments are responsible for the posting of appropriate material on bulletin boards within their respective buildings.  (BYUSA, ext. 8-3901, approves signs placed in the kiosks on campus for special events. The University Traffic Office handles requests for traffic signs.)

THE UNIVERSITY PROHIBITS ANY COMMERCIAL BANNERS OR SIGNS ON CAMPUS EXCEPT AS OUTLINED IN THE ADVERTISING/SELLING/SOLICITING POLICY.

Extracted from Physical Facilities Policy in Electronic Handbook June 1, 1994.