Office of Communications & Marketing | Northeastern State University
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. -- Various community members, faculty, staff and NSU students recently gathered to discuss the progress of the Master Plan on all three campuses.
The three-day meetings in January focused on the master planning process, the discovery phase summary, environmental scan, campus site analysis, framework plan and next steps.
The discovery phase summary highlighted such areas as NSU’s mission and identity, the role of the three campuses and online learning and the relationship to the region. Also, academic needs, student and residential life, athletics and recreation, circulation and parking were also discussed as it relates to all three campuses.
Various statistics were highlighted during the environmental scan portion of the presentation. Then current parking trends and other campus site analysis was shared with the audience.
Following a question and answer period, next steps were discussed. The master planning team will return for the idea generation phase in mid-March. This will include campus and community open houses as well as meeting with the steering and advisory committees on the Tahlequah, Broken Arrow and Muskogee campuses. Times and dates of meetings will be announced prior to the arrival of this team.
For more information, please visit www.nsuok.edu/masterplan/Resources and click on the Presentations link. This will allow you to view all presentations.
Individuals can visit nsuok.edu/masterplan to follow its progress and to lend their voice to this 16-month journey of discovery. The website features links to news, projects, frequently asked questions, upcoming events, resources and the project team.
This Master Plan website also contains information designed to allow all to follow its progress and to lend their voice to this 16-month journey of discovery. The website features links to news, projects, frequently asked questions, upcoming events, resources and the project team.
The first campus meetings were held in October, 2012 by SmithGroup Behavioral Consulting LLC, Dewberry architectural and engineering consultants and Paulien & Associates, Inc. planning consultants.
Published: 2/19/2013 11:42:03 AM