The University is a unique asset to the state of California and represents a significant capital investment in the future of our state and the California State University System. The campus Master Plan is a living document originally written at the University's inception and last updated in May 2000. Implementation of the plan occurs incrementally and strategically as funding becomes available with the plan serving as a flexible blueprint.
Capital planning and specific project implementation is facilitated by the planning department. The following campus Master Plan documents are available to download and also may be checked out at the campus library, the Schulz Information Center under the Reserve Section.
- Master Plan Revision - Environmental Impact Report 11/01/1999 (pdf)
- Master Plan Revision - Environmental Impact Report Response to Comments 03/20/2000 (pdf)
- Master Plan Revision Environmental Impact Report Addendum 08/21/2001 (pdf)
- Master Plan Revision for Wastewater Equalization Project - EIR Addendum 05/01/2007 (pdf)