Wayfinding project: new campus map and information sessions


After four years of consultation and planning, the University’s new wayfinding and signage project has come to fruition, with new signage starting to appear around campus.

The existing three-digit code used to identify buildings will be replaced with a street name and number addressing system. New signage will be rolled out over a two-year period and buildings will use both identifying conventions until the project is completed.

To help staff and students navigate their way during this transition, Property are maintaining a Frequently Asked Questions page that provides information on the changes and how (and when) they will impact staff.

A draft campus map and quick reference location guide are available to download from the FAQs page.

Property are also hosting project information sessions for staff in March. Contact enquiries.property@mq.edu.au if you would like to attend one of these sessions:

  •  Wednesday 16 March, 11am-12pm, C8A 310 Senate Room
  • Thursday 17 March, 12pm-1pm, C8A 310 Senate Room
  • Monday 21 March, 3pm-4pm, C8A 310 Senate Room