Photo of wildcat statue installation

Committee for Campus Aesthetics

Mission

The Committee for Campus Aesthetics maintains, enhances, and heightens aesthetic awareness at the University of New Hampshire through the thoughtful development, and placement of Public Art, Memorials and Tributes, and Signage. 

Who We Are

We are a standing committee convened at the direction of the President. The committee is representative of the breadth of the campus community, including the Museum of Art, Campus Planning, the Sustainability Academy, Facilities Services, President’s Office, Foundation, University Communications, Operating and PAT staff, the Student Senate, and the faculty (6 representatives, including 1 from the library, and 2 from the Department of Art and Art History).

What We Do

The University of New Hampshire is known for the beauty of its campus.  Its location comprises many habitats from woods and farmlands to streams, rivers, and estuaries.  The campus itself is a dynamic blend of architectural styles.  As the University meets the challenges of the 21st century, preserving and cultivating a strong and unique sense of place is part of that charge.

The Committee meets monthly and makes recommendations to the president of the University.

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