From: Facilties Department
Students, employees, and community members are invited to participate in an upcoming town hall meeting to provide input in the 2017 Master Plan for Virginia Tech. The meeting will be held Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 6:30 p.m. in New Classroom Building, room 260.
The master plan will focus on infrastructure, quality of space, space analysis and land use, and student life initiatives taking into account anticipated enrollment growth. It will incorporate strategies for the creative and efficient use of existing space, as well as the development of new facilities that encourage interdisciplinary collaboration and partnerships and new ideas for housing an increasingly transient population of students, faculty, and researchers. Virginia Tech has hired Sasaki Associates as a consultant in developing the Master Plan.
The meeting will begin with a presentation by Sasaki Associates, after which participants will break up into smaller groups for focused discussions. University officials hope to complete the master plan by the end of the year. The Virginia Tech community and the general public are encouraged to attend.
For more information about the Master Plan visit the website.