Event Notice: Plan Your Campus — Campus Master Plan Information Exchange

Plan Your Campus:  Campus Master Plan Information Exchange
March 26, 2012
Queen’s Centre Student Street
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

What do you love about the Queen’s campus? What would you like to see changed? What type of spaces would improve your learning experience? What would make West Campus a destination? What would make it easier and safer to move around campus? Come by the Queen’s Centre on March 26 between 11 am and 2 pm to provide your input and learn more about the Queen’s Campus Master Plan project.
Queen’s University is updating the 2002 Campus Plan. This is a significant undertaking and a strategic milestone in the university’s evolution.  Our new Campus Master Plan (CMP) will establish an engaging and attainable vision and framework that will guide how the university physically changes over the next 10 to 15 years.

The university has retained a multi-faceted consultant team to prepare the CMP. The team is led by Urban Strategies and supported by a number of other consultants specializing in different aspects of campus growth.

The CMP team is in a critical early stage for engaging students, faculty, staff, and the wider Kingston community to learn about aspirations for the Queen’s campus, and its perceived strengths and challenges. The Information Exchange on March 26 is a key opportunity to learn more about the plan, meet the consultants, and share how you experience your campus.

Drop by the Queen’s Centre anytime between 11 and 2 pm to view information panels, meet the team, and provide your input. This is your opportunity to help plan your campus!

For more information:

Visit the project website
Read & Subscribe to the blog
Follow us on Twitter and join the discussion by using the #planyourcampus hashtag!
Like us on Facebook and RSVP to the event

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3 Responses to Event Notice: Plan Your Campus — Campus Master Plan Information Exchange

  1. Kanji Nakatsu says:

    There is a bad link because clicking on Visit the project website leads one to Queen’s County, Nova Scotia, which has nothing to do with our campus plans.

  2. Pingback: 2013-03-26 Information Exchange | Library and Archives Master Plan

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