MSU’s Office of Facilities Management will begin transitioning road name signs on campus.
This is a part of the way-finding plan that Morehead State University adopted in 2015 to make campus more accessible by visitors and new students.
Grounds crew members will be working to make the signage transition seamless, however there may be times when signs are not put back into place.
The changes should only take two days, depending on temperatures.
“This is a small change that will have a big impact on our campus and demonstrates the quality of our Wayfinding Plan,” said Kim Oatman, assistant vice president for facilities management. “Adopting a standard design for campus allows visitors to better navigate our beautiful campus.”
Facilities Management appreciates the cooperation of the City of Morehead for the approval of city streets on campus to get the new signage.
The changes will only occur on the main campus at this point. Plans to transition road signs at off-campus locations are being made. For up-to-date information from Facilities Management visit http://www.moreheadstate.edu/facilities or follow Facilities on Facebook and Twitter.