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The process to update the Master Plan must be inclusive, cooperative, and developed around a consensus vision for the campus facilities and grounds.See the Master Plan Update process
Over its one hundred plus year history, Auburn’s land use pattern has gradually spread across the 1,800 acre land area that comprises the main campus.See the development chronology
The interactive map shows building and land use as part of Auburn's Campus Master Plan.See interactive map
The Comprehensive Campus Master Plan (Master Plan) has been redesigned as an online tool and web site to better serve as a resource for the Auburn University community and guide the stewardship of campus lands and facility assets.
The Master Plan sets out recommendations for aligning enhancements to the campus environment with the mission, vision, values and strategic priorities of the University. It establishes a framework for the improvement of campus facility and land resources as well as a framework for coordinating incremental decisions relative to the physical environment.
The Master Plan contents (links to the left) include the following sections:
The Master Plan web site is intended to function as a "living document" that will be revised regularly in response to the evolution of strategic priorities, facilitate ongoing discussion/comment from University constituents, and guide improvements to the campus environment to best serve all Auburn students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other University supporters.
For more information contact Jeffrey Dumars, 844-1132.