It's an exciting time to be a RiverHawk. Northeastern State University has completed the development of a Campus Master Plan, the first in the university's history. The Master Plan provides a long-range vision for the university, encompassing all three campuses -- Tahlequah, Broken Arrow and Muskogee. The plan, which was unveiled on Jan. 21, 2014, provides a single, unified master plan for the university, that respects the unique identity of each of its four access points. The presentation capped off a 16-month inclusive process that was comprised of five steps. The process was designed to encourage consensus building by providing numerous outreach opportunities for both campus and community constituents.
The Master Plan is a collection of powerful ideas -- a tool that aligns the academic, spatial, fiscal and physical vision for the university. This opportunity-based document was driven by principles and identifies short- and long-term strategies that will be visionary for the future of the campuses.
To learn more about the five-step process, follow the links below: