Campus Master Plan Approved
February 01, 2013 - Campus Bulletin
The University of Guelph’s Board of Governors has approved the new Campus Master Plan. Eighteen months in the making, the plan will guide U of G initiatives in the coming years.
This master plan update is one of several reviews completed since the University’s original Campus Master Plan was completed in 1964.
The plan was approved by the Board during its regular meeting Wednesday. Dick Freeborough, chair, thanked the master plan steering committee for its work and dedication.
The committee included representatives from academic, administrative and student groups, and was chaired by Kevin Golding, chair of the physical resources and property committee of the Board of Governors. The process was administered by consultants Urban Strategies.
The Campus Master Plan includes an overall vision for the University community to follow as the campus grows and changes, as well as specific decision-making guidelines for campus planners and administrators.