The McMaster University Campus Master Plan (prepared in 2002, and updated in 2008) provides a vision for the future of McMaster University. Since then, changes have occurred and are proposed to the physical campus and new locations have been developed beyond the Main Campus. There has also been a shift in the dynamic and flexible ways that students learn, study, and socialize on campus. The 2015 Campus Master Plan update will refresh the vision for the campus and provide the University with a plan to guide positive future activities.
In order to gain insight and feedback from the community, campus and off-campus visioning stations are being held December 3. These stations will address key themes: off-campus buildings and sites; west campus; campus entrance and identity; Main Street revitalization; access and circulation (including the B-Line LRT); new buildings; pedestrians and cyclists; and campus landscaping.
Have a few minutes? Stop by and provide your input.
Thursday, Dec. 3
9:00 – 11:00 Main Lobby of David Braley Health Sciences Centre
12:00 – 2:00 Main Lobby of One James North
3:00 – 5:00 Main Lobby of Ron Joyce Centre
Can’t make it to a visioning station? Visit the project website at http://ppims.services.mcmaster.ca/pplant/masterplan.html