5-0-4 Décor In Public Spaces|
|DÉCOR IN PUBLIC SPACES
BASED ON POLICY NUMBER AND TITLE
PURPOSE: The Marketing Department maintains a coordinated effort to project a positive and professional image of the College.
- PUBLIC SPACES
Areas that the College considers to be public spaces include designated reception areas and conference rooms in campus buildings as well as other areas open to the public in which employees may have assigned work spaces.
- DÉCOR IN PUBLIC SPACES
Selection and placement of artwork, floral arrangements, lamps, wall hangings, decorative dishes, table ornaments or other various wall art and/or accessories must be coordinated through the President's Office and/or the President's designee.
- REQUEST FOR ARTWORK AND OTHER DÉCOR
Requests for artwork or other décor to be placed in public places may be made by faculty and staff to their immediate supervisors who will communicate the request to the Division Vice President.
The College does not consider draperies and/or curtains as appropriate professional décor unless pre-approved by the President. Public spaces as well as office décor should reflect professional color schemes and appropriate decorative items.
- APPROVAL OF REQUEST
The President will consider requests submitted by Vice Presidents to fund artwork and other décor in public spaces and will work with Cabinet to prioritize the list based on available funds.
- SELECTION AND PLACEMENT OF DÉCOR
Representatives of the President's Office and/or President's designee will select appropriate artwork and other décor that project a positive image and reflect a professional environment in all public spaces.
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