|In March 1996, The Regents redelegated to the President for the first time the full responsibility for naming of University properties, programs, and facilities. The partial authority redelegated by the President in this delegation remains effective. See June 14, 1996 letter from Vice President Baker to Chancellors for more information.|
October 14, 1993
VICE PRESIDENT--AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES
VICE PRESIDENT--UNIVERSITY AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS
Delegation of Authority--Policy on Naming University Properties, Programs, and Facilities
At the meeting of July 16, 1993, The Regents approved a revised Policy on Naming University Properties, Programs, and Facilities, which states in part as follows:
The Regents of the University of California retain authority for naming University land reserves, buildings, major centers of activities and other highly visible properties, and major or multicampus programs or facilities. Naming of streets and roads, portions of buildings, small outdoor areas and other minor properties, and single-campus programs or facilities may be approved by the President.
Effective immediately, within your areas of responsibility you are authorized to name University properties, programs, and facilities that fall within the President's above authority.
This authority may not be redelegated.
Jack W. Peltason