The Campus Master Plan webpage has gone live, offering the campus community a resource for background information and recent developments in the process.
On the website, campus community members can get an update on the process, view feedback from previous campus workshops or find out about the next opportunity to get involved and make their voices heard.
The newly launched webpage also contains a roster of the Campus Master Plan Advisory Committee, PowerPoint presentations, dates of meetings and upcoming workshops, and an archive of master plan stories and other materials.
Ayers Saint Gross, an architectural firm founded in 1912 that specializes in working with colleges and universities on campus planning, was hired by Cal Poly Pomona to lead the master planning process.
The Ayers Saint Gross team will examine all aspects of the university, including use of space, sustainability, accessibility, traffic, enrollment, topography, infrastructure systems, campus safety, transit, landscaping, community engagement and facilities. The analysis is research-based and may include examining data from peer universities and precedents established at other institutions.
A draft of the master plan, which aims to establish campus priorities and envision the physical landscape of the university in the coming decades, is expected to be completed in fall 2018 for consideration by university leadership.