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Aesthetics Committee - Directives

 

Our campus community recognizes that the beauty of the Windward Community College campus is unsurpassed and all of us have every reason to want to maintain and enhance those qualities.  Accordingly I am asking the Aesthetics Committee to re-establish itself as a permanent standing committee reporting to the Chancellor. 

Charge Statement:  To oversee the aesthetic standards of the campus in accordance with the existing Master Plan, PRU (Plan Review Use Application) and Unban Design Plan.  The Committee will be consulted and make recommendations for the physical appearance of the campus in regard to:

  • Placement of signs and bulletin boards on interior and exterior space of buildings;
  • Placement of artwork on interior and exterior space of buildings with the exception of private offices;
  • Developing and broadly communicating poster placement policies;
  • Tree planting and/or removal;
  • Temporary and permanent structures;
  • Peripheral structures in and out of buildings, such as railings, display cases, lockers, bicycle racks, and walkways;
  • New buildings and infrastructure (such as parking lots and roadways).
  • All other aesthetic concerns as brought to the attention of the committee.

The Aesthetics Committee will serve in an advisory capacity to the Chancellor, and it will consist of a broad representation of faculty and staff members, as well as one representative of the WCC student body.  Faculty and staff membership on the committee should be drawn from the broadest possible representation of departments and units as possible while remaining consistent with the principle of voluntary participation.  Student and faculty/staff representatives on the committee will provide valuable input into the ongoing concerns on campus about maintaining the beauty of both structures and grounds.

The Chairperson will serve a two-year term, having elections at the end of the second term. The members of the committee will elect the chair for the two-year term. 

 

 

 

page last updated: August 13, 2012

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