|University of Arkansas at Little Rock|
|Policy Name: Identifying Buildings|
|Policy Number: 702.5|
|Effective Date: October 2, 1992|
Each major building or facility of the university, on each of its campuses, shall be appropriately marked by a plaque, cornerstone, inscription, or other form of written memorial of a permanent nature which shall serve both as an identification for the public and as a historical record.
In the letting of each construction contract for a major university building or facility, the architect shall be instructed to include in the plans and specifications a provision for an appropriate plaque or other inscription to be affixed to the building or facility.
In every instance, the plaque should include: the “University of Arkansas” with the campus designation; the name of the building, as approved by the Board of Trustees; and the names of the Governor of Arkansas, the president of the university, and the chancellor of the campus who were serving at the time the construction contract was awarded. The Board of Trustees serving at the time the contract was awarded shall also be listed. The name of the architect, the contractor, the year of completion, and the university seal may appear at the bottom of the plaque.
Source: UA Board Policy 725.1, October 2, 1992