2010 UIC Campus Master Plan

The 2010 UIC Campus Master Plan, Framework for the Future, is the culmination of nearly two years of critical self-examination, engaged discourse, and insightful exchanges of opinion. The master planning process sought the input of the campus community within and beyond UIC's borders through a combination of committee discussions, town hall meetings, individual interviews, group engagements, student-led courses, and open houses. The plan creates a flexible framework to guide the future physical development of the campus as funding and needs prescribe.

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Executive Summary

 

Executive Summary and Final Report (Phase 3)

Executive Summary              Phase 3 - 2010 Campus Master Plan

 

Phase 1 and Phase 2 Reports

Phase 1 - Understanding the Campus Context           Phase 2 - Approaches

 

CUPPA Student Reports

Phase 1 - Understanding the Campus Context           Phase 1 - Understanding the Campus Context

 

 

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