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Board of Trustees approves 10-year master plan

March 30, 2017

Campus master plan 2017

Tuskegee University is pleased to announce the completion of the 10-year Campus Master Plan. The Master Plan was approved by the Board of Trustees at its annual spring meeting. This plan is intended to serve as a guide in the ongoing development, enhancement and preservation of the Tuskegee University campus. It sets out a long-term, comprehensive vision for the campus as a supportive environment for instruction, research and service, consistent with the Tuskegee Trajectory and the University’s 2015-2020 Strategic Plan. 

"Similar to the unanimous approval of the university's strategic plan in spring 2016, the recent board of trustees approval for a ten-year campus master plan represents its unwavering commitment to both Tuskegee's tradition and unwavering trajectory," said President Brian L. Johnson. "While the coffee table version of the campus master plan is available online, a more detailed version, including phases, costs, and priorities is available to donors and constituents who have the capacity to assist in making Tuskegee University's infrastructure and facilities consistent with the needs of 21st century Tuskegee University students and faculty."

The Campus Master Plan identifies policies, strategies and priorities to encourage investment in the campus over the next 10 years to improve the character, function and efficiency of the campus and move the University ever closer to achieving its long-range vision for the campus. 

“The Campus Master Plan sets a long-term vision for improving buildings, open spaces and infrastructure to provide our campus community with a high quality learning and living environment,” said Marcus Dean, Interim Vice-President for Capital Projects and Facilities Services.

The Office of Capital Projects and Facilities Services has held several planning meetings throughout the past year to solicit input from faculty, staff and students so they could learn more about the plan and how they can contribute to the future of Tuskegee’s campus.

Tuskegee University’s historic campus encompasses over 5,000 acres of land and more than 100 buildings and structures. It also sits in close proximity to a major Interstate highway and is located between two sprawling cities, one of which is the state capital.

Click Here to view the plan.