Campus Plans (formerly referred to as Master Plans) serve to support the mission of the University of Minnesota at each system campus and active research station, and are based in the institution’s values, priorities, and principles. Periodically, these plans are revised in order to define emerging development and redevelopment opportunities, and guide the extent of campus boundaries and growth. Campus plans inform the prioritization of investment in buildings, landscapes, and infrastructure to support future mission-related activities, in alignment with the institution's strategic objectives.
Guided by the priorities and goals of MPact 2025, the University’s first Systemwide Strategic Plan, the University of Minnesota is developing a Campus and Climate Action Plan for each of the Duluth, Rochester, Crookston and Morris campuses. The result will be a deeply integrated, seamless set of plans that unites the common themes and recommendations that will provide a framework for the next 30 years in terms of physical plans and climate action strategies.
Contact [email protected] with any questions you may have about Campus Planning at the University of Minnesota.