5.04-1 Names of Facilities or Streets and Dedication of Portions of Facilities

Naming University Facilities or Streets

Policy
The University is governed by Board of Regents policy for naming of facilities or streets.
See Board of Regents Policy Manual, § 9.0 (Facilities).
Procedure
Any recommendation to name facilities of The University of Georgia must be forwarded to the President’s Cabinet by the President or Vice President(s) but may be proposed by a diverse public, including constituent faculty. Such a recommendation will include the rationale for the recommendation. The President may use the Facilities Committee of the University Council for advice regarding naming recommendations. The President will, after review and approval of the request, forward the recommendation to the Board of Regents for action.

Dedicating University Facilities

Policy
Portions of facilities of the University of Georgia may be dedicated by the President after review and recommendation of the President’s Cabinet.
Procedure
Any recommendation for dedicating portions of facilities of the University must be forwarded to the President’s Cabinet by the President or Vice President(s) but may be initiated by a diverse public, including constituent faculty. Such recommendations will include the rationale for the recommendation. The President will, after review, either approve or disapprove the request.
Sources:
  • Office of the President, September 22, 1989
  • Board of Regents Policy Manual, § 9.0