Campus Masterplan 2016-2035
The Campus Masterplan is a long-term aspirational plan that will guide the development of our future campuses.
How could our campuses develop over the next 20 years? How do we plan for future student needs and ensure that our campuses remain vibrant hubs of teaching and research activity? How can we make the University more accessible to students and staff with different levels of mobility? How could the three main campuses become more welcoming to visitors and the community? These are some of the questions that our new Masterplan looks to answer.
The Masterplan has developed the guiding principles and vision for the future. It is a long-term, aspirational plan; a guide to the development of our campuses in the future rather than a prescriptive blueprint. The next stage is to develop comprehensive business cases for the lead projects, including feasibility studies.
Watch the Masterplan flythrough
Read the Executive Summary of the Masterplan
Find out more about the Masterplan by reading the Executive Summary.
Watch a presentation on the Masterplan project
For those who weren't able to attend the recent Masterplan 'Town Hall' meeting at the Radford Auditorium, you can watch the presentation here.
How did we get here?
The development of the Campus Masterplan has involved soliciting feedback from a large number of University stakeholders, including:
- student feedback sessions in Hub Central, and at Waite and Roseworthy
- dozens of face to face interviews with staff from every Faculty and Division
- staff and student online surveys for each campus
- campus forums and briefings with the architects