In March of 2016, Ohio University brought to closure a comprehensive campus master planning effort. This effort exists to guide the university in translating its strategic goals and objectives into a physical plan that identifies where the university is focusing its resources to meet present and future demands on facilities.
The Board of Trustees approved the Master Plan on March 11th, 2016.
Comprehensive Master Plan 2016
is guided by the University Strategic Plan, the Four Fundamentals. It is a roadmap that provides a long-term vision balanced with what is achievable to guide day-to-day decisions for the next ten years of development on the campus. It is an update to the 2006 Campus Master Plan and reflects a comprehensive view for the campus. It integrates previous planning efforts such as the Housing Master Plan, current planning efforts such as the Utility Master Plan and Campus Wayfinding, and provides framework for future project development.
The lead consultant for the campus master planning effort was the firm
Ayers Saint Gross, Architects and Planners, of Washington D.C.
For any questions regarding Comprehensive Master Plan 2016-Athens Campus, please contact:
Shawna Bolin, Associate Vice President, University Planning