This vision and concept plan builds off of the Arboretum’s success, and incorporates a new art museum, STEM museum, and performance space.
The plan enhances outstanding scholarship and educational opportunities through integration, proximity, flexible adaptation, and faculty growth.
The long-range vision calls for ecologically sensitive education facilities for executives and students.
The plan creates a transformative framework for growth, including doubling campus square footage while becoming more green and pedestrian-friendly.
Drivers of the 20-year campus master plan include academic discovery, meaningful connections with the community, and incorporating natural elements into the campus aesthetic.
This master plan aims to improve land-use efficiency, sustainability, and building quality, particularly on the south campus.
Developed over more than a decade, this growth framework accommodates cutting-edge facilities to support faculty, staff, and corporate partners while enhancing overall campus quality and character.
The Homewood campus plan and subsequent updates reroutes roads through campus and adds green space, quads, streetscapes, and new building sites.
Following the completion of a strategic plan, the university needed a master plan update to reflect its goals and to begin planning for a new expansion zone.
This plan develops both the undergrad and medical campuses as mature, high-quality urban environments for education, research, and patient care.
This master plan for increasing cross-disciplinary interaction supports the college’s goal of becoming one of the nation’s best art schools.