About Master Plan

What is a master plan?

Campus master plans are living documents that reflect functuional relations, environmental issues, vehicular and pedestrian traffic paterns, landscaping, recreational space, architectural character and possibilities for campus expansion.

Over the past year Fresno State The has been in the process of updating the Campus Master Plan. This comprehensive document will assist the University in academic and physical planning for many years to come.

The core values of the Comprehensive Master Plan are:

  1. Growing Academic Excellence and Quality;
  2. Supporting Student Success and Cultivating Diversity;
  3. Strengthening our Visibility and Expanding Community Access;
  4. Developing a Distinctive Campus Quality and Appearance;
  5. Strengthening and Expanding the Physical Infrastructure;
  6. Being an Engaged University; and
  7. Advancing the Capability of the Central Valley Workforce

The four planning goals of the Comprehensive Master Plan are:

  1. Make optimal use of campus facilities and resources in accommodating growth in enrollment and in university programs.
  2. Improve pedestrian circulation across campus.
  3. Develop an image and appearance for the campus that is respectful of its agricultural heritage, yet responsive to its changing activities and architecture and
  4. Accommodate diversity with strategic initiatives and aspirations