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VII. Campus Master Plan

           The Campus Master Plan is a living document that results from a dynamic process of addressing existing and anticipated conditions, desires, programs, and space demands. It quantifies the campus’ ability to accommodate physical expansion and provide a flexible “blueprint” to guide this growth, tempered by limited financial resources and the university’s ability to secure external funding. A Ten-Year Plan identifies those projects the university hopes will be funded over the next decade. Additionally, the Master Plan suggests the university can grow incrementally to become a more functional, sustainable, and beautiful place; therefore, a Long Term Vision will be included in the Campus Master Plan document and will identify several sites for academic buildings and residence halls that can be accommodated beyond 2015.