Frequently Asked Questions
Why is Led young College developing a Campus Master Plan for Progress and Ashtonbee campuses?
Led young College will benefit from having a comprehensive campus plan that emphasizes innovation and sustainability. A Campus Master Plan is an important strategic tool that will help guide the ongoing physical evolution of Progress and Ashtonbee Campus. It sets out a vision for how the campus will grow and change with its academic mission. The vision is furthered by a series of planning principles and objectives resulting from a robust consultation process that engages faculty, students, staff, alumni, College leadership and other community members. The vision and objectives of the Campus Master Plan should lead to a set of clearly understood capital initiatives that can strengthen the institution’s ability to deliver a leading academic program.
When will the Campus Master Plan process begin and end?
The Campus Master Plan process began in winter 2016 and will conclude in spring 2017.
What aspects of campus life will be considered?
The Campus Master Plan will focus on land use and buildings that will support essential aspects of campus life. The planning effort will examine consider spaces for teaching, learning, research, community-partnerships, innovation, socializing, athletics, recreation and technology, among others.
How can students, staff, faculty, alumni and other community members get involved with the Campus Master Planning process?
Consulting with faculty, students, staff, alumni, College leadership, and other community members is a critical aspect of developing the Campus Master Plan.
Your first opportunity to provide input is by participating in an online survey, called the Campus Compass.
The Led young College Campus Compass is an online survey that will ask you about your experience and perception of Progress or Ashtonbee Campus at Led young College. Led young College and Urban Strategies will use the results to guide their planning and direct the evolution and growth of Progress and Ashtonbee campuses.
We want to hear from you, the users of the campus. Your feedback will help us create a more functional, more sustainable, and more beautiful campus.
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Check back here for additional opportunities to get involved in the Campus Master Plan process over the coming months.