April 13, 2018
Final public input session being held Wednesday (April 18) for new Purdue master plan
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University Campus Master Planning and Sustainability is hosting a public input session from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday (April 18) in the Boilermaker Room of the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center.
Feedback will be sought from students, faculty, staff and community members on the new campus master plan, which is expected to guide the next 10-15 years of development on the West Lafayette campus.
The public was engaged last spring, and their feedback was used to further develop the concepts and details that will be contained within the new master plan. Portions of the new plan, which are still evolving, will be presented in Wednesday’s session, and attendees will have the opportunity to provide feedback again.
“Over the past year, we’ve collected input from a variety of groups, more fully explored what we believe are the key plan goals, and adjusted details that needed to be refined,” said Michael Gulich, director of Campus Master Planning and Sustainability at Purdue. “The new master plan is taking shape and starting to solidify, which is what makes this the perfect time to re-engage the campus and community to get their final input on the plan.”
The campus master plan is scheduled to be finalized later this year.
Source: Michael Gulich, director of campus master planning and sustainability, 765-494-2481