The University of Toledo will present a draft of the master plan for its campuses to the community Wednesday, Dec. 7.
Representatives from the University and planning consultants from SmithGroupJJR will present the draft plan at 6 p.m. in the Nitschke Hall SSOE Seminar Room. The presentation is open to UT faculty, staff and students, as well as alumni and the public.
“The draft master plan melds together the best ideas of the scenarios discussed with our stakeholders since last summer to establish a 10-year vision for University campuses,” said Jason Toth, associate vice president for facilities and construction. “We look forward to sharing the plan with our community and finalizing this guide for our future decision-making.”
The plan is focused around four themes: repositioning the academic core, investing in research, consolidating athletics, and enhancing the student experience. The detailed presentation will include plans for specific buildings and areas of campus that will meet those goals, Toth said.
Following this public presentation, the master plan will go to the UT Board of Trustees for its consideration.
For more information about the University’s master planning process, visit utoledo.edu/facilities/master-plan.