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Advisory Committee Meetings

Date: November 8, 2017

Time: Noon-2:30p.m.

Location: CLA - Heritage Room

Information: The Campus Master Plan Advisory Committee held its first meeting with consulting firm Ayers Saint Gross. A review of the proposed planning process and a timeline for completion of the master plan were offered at the session. A discussion about the roles of the Advisory Committee and the Executive Committee augmented the meeting. Findings and input from the introductory workshop at Fall Conference, and the confluence of the strategic, academic and physical master plans rounded out the topics of discussion.



Date: January 22, 2018

Time: Noon-3 p.m.

Location: BSC - Lyra Room

Information: The Campus Master Plan Advisory Committee received an update on the use of classroom and open space on campus; landscaping; circulation systems that involve pedestrians, drivers, bicyclists, public transportation; parking on campus; and sustainability. Ayers Saint Gross also examined findings that were derived from the first open workshop on November 9, 2017.



Date: March 1, 2018

Time: Noon-3 p.m.

Location: BSC – Lyra Room

Information: Consulting firm Ayers Saint Gross will give the Campus Master Plan Advisory Committee an update on the space usage analysis of the university. The committee also will be briefed on feedback obtained during stakeholder meetings in January with Associated Students Inc., university housing, Bronco athletics, health services and other student groups.


Date: April 12, 2018

Time: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: BSC – Ursa Major B

Information: Members of the Campus Master Plan Advisory Committee will participate in a charrette session with consulting firm Ayers Saint Gross that will examine three alternative concepts for the overall master plan. The concepts will range in scope from incremental improvements to major projects for the campus. Preferred elements from the plans will be identified and used to build a conceptual framework of a potential master plan. The session also aims to identify areas for further study and issues that have yet to be addressed.