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V. University Master Plan

           The University Master Plan is a living document that results from a dynamic process of a full examination of the university from the ground up, addressing existing and anticipated conditions, desires, programs, and space demands. It quantifies the campus’ ability to accommodate physical expansion and provide a flexible “blueprint” to guide this growth, tempered by limited financial resources and the university’s ability to secure external funding. A ten-year plan identifies those new construction, renovation, and infrastructure improvement projects the university hopes will be funded over the next decade. Additionally, the University Master Plan suggests the university can grow incrementally to become a more functional, sustainable, and beautiful place; therefore, a long-term vision is included in the University Master Plan and identifies several sites for academic and research buildings and residence halls that can be accommodated beyond 2027. The plan may be accessed via the following link: