The new formal entrance for University of The Bahamas helps to bring cohesion to the southwest quadrant of the Oakes Field Campus and defines the University’s presence. The waterfall, welcoming landscaped boardwalk, impressive marquee signage and engraved decorative pavers for alumni and donor contributions enhance the signature entryway. Once future work is completed, in addition to the Harry C. Moore Library and Information Centre, four new academic facilities will border the entrance boulevard – the F.R. Wilson Graduate Centre, the G.T.R. Campbell Small Island Sustainability Research Complex, a new museum and fine arts building and a new science building.