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Campus, Community Input Sought on Physical Master Plan

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Work is underway to update Cal State Fullerton’s Campus Master Plan. The master plan covers the use of all CSUF land. The master plan is a blueprint for providing a safe, sustainable, welcoming and cohesive learning environment that supports student success into the future.

The Campus Master Plan is typically updated every 10 years, with the current plan completed in 2003. Since then, the university’s student growth has come close to the maximum enrollment capacity, becoming the most populous campus in the California State University system. The new plan seeks to maximize available space, while supporting Cal State Fullerton’s core academic mission, vision and strategic plan.

The Campus Master Plan will consider existing and anticipated facility needs, deferred maintenance of aging buildings, pedestrian circulation, traffic, parking, athletic facilities, signage, safety and security, sustainability and evolving technologies that support student learning.

The plan will aim to uphold the iconic university by accentuating campus landmarks and outlining strategies to enhance its appearance. The Campus Master Plan also will address the university’s impact and fit with surrounding neighborhoods, working in partnership with the City of Fullerton, other government agencies and community groups.

April 10 Open House

All campus constituents and community members are invited to attend the April 10 Campus Master Plan Open House to provide feedback on the vital blueprint for providing a safe, sustainable and welcoming learning environment that supports student success into the future.

The 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. event will be held in the Clayes Performing Arts Center Lobby.

Two brief presentations are scheduled, at 10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., giving an overview of the master plan and a status report on the next steps.

Guest parking will be available in the Nutwood Parking Structure, with details on the Campus Master Plan website.  Comments are encouraged and can be shared on the master plan feedback page.