With the last planned campus open forums set, the work on a new comprehensive campus master plan is one more step closer to completion. The open forums for faculty, staff and students will be held at 11 a.m. and at 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 10, in 109 Grubbs Hall. Each is expected to last about an hour.
Architects from Gould Evans, the firm hired to lead the process, will answer questions and receive feedback.
The development of a new campus master plan began in the spring of 2010 with the selection of Gould Evans. Since that time, architects with the firm have held extensive meetings with constituents on and off campus and have gathered input during previous open forums at which attendees were invited to react to early plans.
The timeline for the current master plan development process calls for a final plan to be adopted this spring. The new comprehensive master plan, which is closely linked to the university's strategic plan, is expected to serve as a guide for the for the university's development over the next decade.
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