The final phase of the master planning process is called Documentation. It is during this phase that the entire 16-month master planning effort is summarized and presented in the final Campus Master Plan report. This report is intended to serve as a living document to guide Northeastern State University in implementation of the Campus Master Plan. The report provides detailed recommendations for all three of NSU’s campuses: Tahlequah, Broken Arrow, and Muskogee.
The Campus Master Plan is a collection of powerful ideas - a tool that aligns the academic, spatial, and physical vision for the University. This opportunity-based document is driven by the guiding principles that were developed early within the master planning process. The Campus Master Plan provides a flexible framework for campus development to allow for potential changes in the future. It identifies short- and long-term strategies that are visionary, yet also realistic. Most importantly, the Campus Master Plan is the result of a transparent, consensus-based process that is both defensible and implementable.
Northeastern State University and the master planning team would like to thank all those individuals that participated in the master planning process. Your input and guidance has been instrumental in producing a successful Campus Master Plan.
Documentation Presentation Documents