Campus Master Plan
In the autumn of 2005, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
(UWSP) initiated a campus master plan at the direction of the
chancellor. The last master plan was completed in 1968. Since then, UWSP
has updated its Campus Physical Development Plan periodically as a way
of documenting the physical needs of the campus.
The master planning process has been a coordinated effort between
UWSP, University of Wisconsin System Administration and the State of
Wisconsin Division of State Facilities (DSF). The process was designed
to be inclusive and included a steering committee comprised of members
of campus administration, faculty and staff, student body government and
city staff. It involved work sessions and presentations at key
milestones to which the entire staff, student body and interested public
were invited. The master plan is meant to guide the physical
development of the campus for the next 20 years.
UWSP does not anticipate a signifi cant increase in enrollment and
the master planning team was directed to prepare the plan assuming
enrollment would remain near current level. To be successful, a master
plan must be forward thinking and fl exible. To that end, this master
plan, while focused primarily on the next 25 to 30 years, looks beyond
that time frame to consider potential longer term campus needs. This
look forward will help ensure shorter term development needs do not
preclude good campus development options in the future.
Campus Master Plan Current Documents