The Campus Master Plan - Fundamental Framework

Fundamental Framework

The Campus Master Plan contains recommendations about circulation, wayfinding and navigation, campus spaces, and the visitor experience that are important regardless of the potential for growth. These elements, such as the Inner Loop Road, are represented below.

Fundamental Framework

Existing Buildings

1. Heating/Cooling Plant
2. Facilities Management
3. Kress Events Center
4. Laboratory Sciences
5. Environmental Sciences
6. Instructional Services
7. Cofrin Library
8. John M. Rose Hall
9. L.G. Wood Hall
10. Student Services
11. University Union
12. Theatre Hall
13. Studio Arts
14. Weidner Center for the Performing Arts
15. Shorewood Center
16. Language House
17. Mary Ann Cofrin Hall
18. Lambeau Cottage
19. Ecumenical Center
101-109. Student Apartments
110. Housing Maintenance
200. Community Center
201. Ted Lenfestey Hall
202. Arlene Walter Hall
203. Byron Walter Hall
204. Josephine Lenfestey Hall
205. R.E. Small Hall
206. Cletus Vanderperren Hall
207. Bob Warren Hall
208. Donald Lang Hall
209. Bob Schaefer Hall
210. James Temp Hall
211. John Robinson Apartments

Proposed Buildings

A. University Union Expansion
B. Undergraduate Housing Expansion
C. Retail Opportunity
D. Kress Events Center Expansion, Under Construction

Parking Lots

aa. Weidner Center, 915 Stalls
bb. Wood Hall, 611 Stalls
cc. Lab Sciences, 662 Stalls
dd. Kress Events Center, 485 Stalls
ee. Cofrin Hall, 527 Stalls
ff. Visitor Parking, 75 Stalls
gg. Visitor Parking, 187 Stalls
hh. Housing, 1001 Stalls
ii. Studio Arts, 642 Stalls