The Board of Regents policy requires a campus master plan for each campus. A campus master plan is a planning document that supports the campus academic, strategic, and capital plans, providing a framework for their implementation. It identifies the existing and preferred campus land uses, buildings, landscapes, open space, pedestrian and vehicular circulation systems, and conceptual plans for development and improvement. There are currently three active subcommittees:
- Art in Public Places
- North Campus
The meetings are open to the public and take place in the Chancellor’s Conference Room on the 3rd floor of Signers’ Hall unless otherwise noted. Dates and locations are posted online. Please see the website for campus plans, meeting schedules and guidelines for bringing issues to the committee.