2008 MASTER CAMPUS PLAN
Initiated by University President Michael K. Young in 2005, the Campus Master Plan gives physical form to the University’s mission to engage, prepare, and partner with our neighbors, national and international friends, and campus students, faculty, and staff.
The Campus Master Plan analyzes:
- Land use
- Formal and informal open space
- Pedestrian and vehicular circulation
- TRAX and public transportation
- Predominant building use
- Utility infrastructure
- Land ownership
- Campus edges and community interaction, design features and opportunities
The University has hired Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP (SOM), San Francisco, to assist in the development of the Campus Master Plan.
“The U has long attracted students looking for a beautiful backdrop to their educational experience…”
– President Michael K. Young
Input & Involvement
As part of the overall Campus Master Planning effort, this public website provides an avenue for keeping all interested parties informed of the opportunities for input and involvement. It also serves as the bulletin board for project updates throughout the planning process. The Campus Master Plan was introduced at the Community Forum of March 27, 2007.
Inquiries about the Campus Master Plan may be addressed to the Office of Campus Planning at (801) 585-6751.
The 2008 Campus Master Plan
Board of Regents
The University of Utah is pleased to announce the release of its 2011 Bicycle Master Plan. Along with the proposed bikeways, the Plan recommends various bicycle-friendly policies and programs to promote bicycle ridership among students, faculty and staff. It emphasizes both campus pathways and on-street facilities that connect the core campus area with surrounding neighborhoods. The Bicycle Master Plan gives guidelines for facilities and programs that are within the University’s jurisdiction. It also provides recommendations for the University to work with external entities such as UDOT, UTA, and Salt Lake City to improve bicycling conditions in locations that are important to the campus environment, but which are not under the University’s direct control. The University is committed to making bicycling a real factor in its set of transportation tools.
A PDF version of the 2011 University of Utah Bicycle Master Plan, an addendum to the University of Utah’s Campus Master Plan, can be downloaded and viewed here.