Visit the General University Policies Manual for the University Property Naming Policy.
Daily Barometer Articles: (available via microfilm at the Valley Library)
Oregon Stater Articles:
Information regarding the past actions and work of the OSU Naming of Buildings Committee can also be found in a variety of archival collections. The collections below are all designated as an RG, a Record Group, as they are the official records of the university.
The President's Office Records reflect the administration of the university and include documentation of policy formulation, publication of statistical information, and review of legal issues.
The University Archives Records document administrative activities within the department including collection development, maintenance and microfilming of personnel files and outreach.
The Finance and Administration Records were collected by the Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration and contain budgetary materials, correspondence, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings and reports. The records also document the work of a number of committees associated with the Office of Finance and Administration.
The Facilities Services Records document the physical campus of Oregon State University in Corvallis as well as OSU facilities throughout the state of Oregon beginning with construction of the first building on the current campus in 1888. The records consist predominantly of architectural drawings and files for the design, construction, and modification to structures.
The News and Communication Services Records document the public relations activities of Oregon State University, especially with the news media.
The Memorabilia Collection is an artificial collection containing items of interest about Oregon State University and to a lesser extent, the city of Corvallis, and the state of Oregon.
Collections that may include information regarding building naming
The Office of Budgets and Planning Records consist of budget exhibits, procedure handbooks, staff reports, administrative policies and inventory information.
The Human Resources Records consist of policies, reports, correspondence, memoranda, personnel files, faculty/staff salary lists, and award nomination packets.