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What It Means
Campus planning includes the campus master plan and the frequent interactions between the city of Laramie and the community relating to campus property development.
The campus master plan organizes and presents a matrix of useful background information, crucial issues and development criteria to guide the future development of the campus. Campus entries, edges, districts, circulation paths and activity nodes are primary issues addressed by the master plan. The historic development, protection of the historic qualities, sense of place, and flexibility for future development are continued goals of the plan. The academic core, research, athletic/recreation, housing/residential, administrative, and open space define the primary districts of the university. The master plan is driven by the university mission as well as academic, support services, capital facilities and athletic facilities planning of the university. The master plan is a dynamic document considering the long-term development of the campus, usually more than a 10 year term.
The frequent interaction with the city of Laramie and the community assures the university plan is integrated into the planning and development of the community and the community plans are integrated into the university plans. Circulation paths, edges, districts and utility infrastructure are some of the most frequent issues of interaction.
Campus Master Plan
The Campus Master Plan contains documents, data and recommendations on the future physical direction of the university of Wyoming.
Historic Preservation Plan
The university of Wyoming is a unique and distinguished institution that is the product of a rich history and the efforts of many individuals: visionary leaders of the Wyoming Territory, a long succession of devoted university presidents and faculty, and the citizenry and legislators of the state of Wyoming. The impact of the university of Wyoming on the development of the state's economy as well as the intellectual and cultural enrichment of its populace is unquestionable.
The Laramie campus is the embodiment of that history and is a site of great symbolic as well as intrinsic importance to the State of Wyoming. This document presents baseline information, an organizational framework, and procedural guidelines to enable the university to recognize and preserve the historically significant attributes of the UW campus while acknowledging the dynamic and evolving mission of the institution.