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2020 Master Plan

UWGB's master plan is a strategic plan for the future of the campus. It is important as it confirms short-term projects are working with the long-term plans and goals of the University.

Master Plan Schedule

UWGB held focus groups to gather insight from the different areas on campus and what their prospective future may look like.

Focus Group Participants:

  • Athletics
  • College of Business
  • Brown County Government
  • College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
  • Campus Administration
  • Chancellor’s Office
  • College of Heath, Education, and Social Welfare
  • City of Green Bay Government
  • Cofrin Center for Biodiversity
  • Cofrin Center for Biodiversity Advisory Committee
  • Council of Trustees
  • College of Science, Engineering, and Technology
  • Enrollment Services
  • Facilities Management and Utilities
  • Intramurals and Recreation
  • Information Technology
  • Police and Parking
  • Provost Office
  • Residence Life
  • Residence Hall and Apartment Association
  • Student Affairs
  • Sustainability Committee
  • University Union
  • The Weidner

UWGB Focus Group Questionnaire

Traffic Counts from City of Green Bay

March 4, 2021
The Campus Master Plan has gone through the initial focus group interviews with campus and community users. During the architect’s time spent assessing the information, it has been determined by the members of the core design team that we need to complete a campus space utilization study of all academic spaces before continuing to develop more of the master plan document. This space utilization study has been initiated with the Universities of Wisconsin and Department of Facilities Development for approval with campus funding the project. We are expecting this portion of the project to begin in late April or early May and it will continue into the fall semester. In conjunction with the campus space utilization study, the University Union and Health Sciences pre-design studies will conclude around the same time in the fall semester. All three projects will be incorporated into the Campus Master Plan document and the process will continue to meet with campus and community focus groups in order to finalize the last steps of the project. Our goal is to finish the Campus Master Plan by the end of the fall semester.