In Master Plan, equine program faces relocation
Upset students prepare for Tuesday forum
Published: Friday, April 13, 2012
Updated: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 16:02
According to the campus master plan’s website, the forum will also discuss a new location for the center for the arts. According to the plan, four on-campus sites have been chosen from an initial 12. The locations may displace parking and student housing.
The last part of the plan deals with graduate and family housing. Eleven sites were evaluated as places for possible expansion catering to graduate students. The most desirable locations are near B-Lot, providing easy access to the downtown shopping plaza.
Master plan updates are typically held once every 10 years. According to Chamberlin, the last one was held in 2004 when the current plan was adopted.
“I’m looking forward to the Tuesday discussion,” Chamberlin said. “We as a community need to collectively make the best decisions we can.”