SSU Master Plan Revision

Link to Campus Master Plan History page

Link to Master Plan Revision Process page

Link to Current Master Plan Revision Proposal page

Link to the Master Plan Revision Goals page

Link to the Community Outreach page

Link to the Issues and Comments page

Link to the Comments and Responses page

Link to the Master Plan Revision homepage

The Community Outreach Program

The Community Outreach Program for the currently proposed Campus Master Plan revision is made up of several components. They include:

Workshops are scheduled at the following times and locations:

Tuesday, March 23 noon -- 2:00 Person Theater Lobby
Tuesday, March 30 5:00 -- 7:00 University Commons
Wednesday, April 14 noon -- 2:00 Person Theater Lobby

These workshops will include facilitated discussions of the current proposal, issues raised by the proposal, ways of addressing those issues, etc. The Master Plan Revision's architecture and landscape architecture consultants will be present to describe the proposal, answer questions, and discuss ideas raised by workshop attendees.

The intent is that these workshops provide an opportunity for the campus community and others to become engaged in developing the revised Master Plan and its implementation strategy.

On-Line Activities
The Outreach Program also includes an ambitious on-line strategy for public involvement. SSU represents a heavily on-line community. With this in mind, we have established a website for the Master Plan revision. On it you will find information regarding the current Master Plan revision proposal, information regarding the Outreach Program and other steps in the consideration of the proposed revision, and discussions of a variety of issues raised by the proposal.

Furthermore, the website will provide an opportunity to ask questions and make comments about the Master Plan Revision and the process upon which it will be based. This input will be summarized periodically and made available on the website. In addition, summaries of workshops will be placed on the website shortly after each workshop is held. In these ways, the website is intended to be more than a one-way street. Rather, it will be a basis for an ongoing campuswide (and beyond) conversation about the Master Plan Revision.

Comments? Please provide any thoughts you have about comments made to the New Classroom/Laboratory/Office Facilities proposal, or responses to said comments, by filling out this form.

The comment period has now ended.
No new updates will be made to the website



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