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Capital Planning and Project Management.

Campus Planning

Campus planning activities are focused on ensuring that the academic mission of the University is supported by the physical campus.

Capital Planning

is undertaken to identify the long term funding priorities of the University based on the strategic academic value of facilities support research, teaching, or outreach.

Campus Master Planning

Contributes to the intersection of program (activity and use patterns associated with specific facilities) planning and traditional urban planning concerns associated with site, context, building massing, and architectural qualities.

Project Planning

Is based on an evaluating the best physical response to a site and program in concert with an understanding of how best to achieve the specific goals associated with a site and location.


Capital Budget

Campus Master Plans

  • Twin Cities
  • Crookston
  • Morris
  • Duluth
  • Rochester

Other Plans (Twin Cities Campus)

  • East Gateway district
  • West Bank Arts District
  • Northeast District
  • St Paul Ecological Master Plan
  • St Paul Gateways Study

Planning Reference Materials

  • Exterior Design Standards
  • Preservation Plan
  • U at a Glance Summary

Planning and Reference Materials

System Campuses

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