Campus Planning focuses on the University's long-range planning and the capital development
functions of the University's Facilities Management organization as a balanced counterpart
to the project-related functions of Campus Design & Construction. Campus Planning
staff strive to guide campus development in a way that gives physical form to the
University's mission, vision, and programs through the effective use of human, environmental,
and financial resources.
- The Campus Master Plan
- Initiated by University President Michael K. Young in 2005, the Campus Master Plan
will give physical form to the University's mission to engage, prepare, and partner
with our neighbors, national and international friends, and campus students, faculty,
and staff. More...
- 2011 Bicycle Master Plan
- The University of Utah is pleased to announce the release of its 2011 Bicycle Master
Plan. Along with the proposed bikeways, the Plan recommends various bicycle-friendly
policies and programs to promote bicycle ridership among students, faculty, and staff.
- Cultural Resource Management & Historic Building Information
- Campus Planning has the responsibility of watching over, identifying, preserving,
and protecting cultural resources that exist on campus in a manner consistent with
the attainment of University's missions and goals. The Department provides cultural
resource coordination for the University with various State and Federal agencies as
well as local preservation advocacy organizations. There are many historic buildings
on campus many of which are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. More...