Campus Landscape Master Plan

CLMP The Campus Landscape Master Plan (CLMP) will develop a shared vision for the overall campus landscape along with specific design guidance to achieve the framework and principles set forth in the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Master Plan. The CLMP aims to provide detailed objectives to create a campus landscape that fosters an appreciation for the Illinois natural and cultural heritage and protects historic university landscapes.

The Inventory Report for CLMP is available for your reference: CLMP - Inventory Report

The Public Forum for CLMP was held on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. View the presentation from the CLMP Public Forum session: Campus Landscape Master Plan Public Forum presentation

If you were unable to attend the CLMP Public Forum or did not take part in the live polling at the meeting, please take the online survey: go.fs.illinois.edu/CLMPPublicForumOnlineSurvey. This survey is available until Friday, May 13, 2022. Your feedback is important and will be be applied to strategies to guide the campus landscape into the future. Please reference the presentation recording and/or presentation slides from the Public Forum as you proceed through the survey.

Watch the CLMP Public Forum presentation recording:

 



To learn more about the planning process already underway and how to participate in future engagement sessions during the 21-22 academic year, read the CLMP summary document.

 


University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Master Plan 

In November 2017, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign finalized an 18-month process to update the Campus Master Plan. The master plan guides the development, renovation, and repurposing of facilities and spaces on campus.

Final Campus Master Plan Update documents are available on the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Master Planning webpage. The files include the:


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The goal was to create a plan that provides a campus environment that supports our learning, discovery and outreach missions while serving as an example of sustainability and enriching our diverse communities and neighborhoods.

The plan helps to align the ongoing development of physical campus spaces with academic plans and programs. It provides a series of recommendations focused on enhancing the student experience, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, strengthening campus organization, and improving operational efficiency to position Illinois for a strong future as the pre-eminent public research university.