Wichita State University Master Plan, 2014
Wichita State University
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Wichita State University Master Plan. 2014. 123 pages
In the fall of 2012, Wichita State University launched a master planning process that engaged the Wichita State community in the task of imagining the future of the main campus. The resulting master plan serves as framework for transformation at Wichita State. It provides a vision for campus development, landscape and circulation with the goal of supporting the stated mission of the University; “to equip both students and the larger community with the educational and cultural tools they need to thrive in a complex world, and to achieve both individual responsibility in their own lives and effective citizenship in the local, national and global community.” The master plan examines the learning environment, the spatial organization and function of the campus built environment, landscape and open space systems, circulation and parking, community connections, and overall conditions of the campus within the context of a comprehensive and integrated plan.