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Committees and Focus Groups

The comprehensive campus master planning process relies on two committees and a set of working groups to structure discussions, analysis, and decisions about the objectives and outcomes of the plan. Representatives of the Office of Campus Planning and the master planning consultants, will guide the overall process, act as facilitators and provide data and analysis for each of the committees and focus groups.

Committees

Focus Groups


Committees

Steering Committee for the Campus Master Plan

This committee directs the master plan process, and recommends approval to the President, on the scope, goals and objectives and elements of the plan.

Membership (11)

Additional Founding Members Fall 2002 - June 2003

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Campus Master Planning Committee

The primary committee representing all aspects of the community, this group will be the sounding board for issues that need to be addressed, and for discussions and presentations of options, considerations, and alternatives.

Membership (37)

Academic Affairs (4)

Research and Public Service (2)

Student Affairs (2)

Finance and Administration (4)

President's Office (3)

At-Large Representatives (11)

Additional Founding Members Fall 2002 - June 2003

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Focus Groups

Land Use

– will evaluate issues, options, and priorities for land use Advisory Committee on Land and Property Use.

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Space Allocation

– will evaluate issues, options, and priorities for allocation of space in existing and new buildings.

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Housing

– will evaluate issues, options, and priorities for quantities and locations of housing provided for students, faculty, and staff.

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Landscape and Ecology

- will evaluate issues, options, and priorities for the landscape master plan.

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Transportation

– will evaluate issues, options, and priorities for accessibility to and mobility on campus and as it relates to the surrounding community.

Additional Founding Members Fall 2002 - June 2003:

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