Princeton University 2026 Campus Plan

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Synopsis of Comments from Recent Public Meetings

Post by ecohlmeyer, November 29, 2016

The Campus Plan team met with the Princeton Master Plan Subcommittee on September 19, 2016 and the West Windsor Planning Board on October 5, 2016 to provide an update on the Campus Plan process, review the Plan’s preliminary findings and hear feedback from community stakeholders. Below is a synopsis of these public meetings. Princeton Master […]

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Campus Plan Update

Post by jneubauer, September 20, 2016

The campus planning team has been busy completing the second phase of the campus planning process and is now in the third of four phases. As we continue to advance our work, we are again reaching out to the local community and University stakeholders to provide an update on our process, review preliminary directions, and […]

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Thanks for writing. While the Campus Plan will propose potential on-campus locations for health services, off-campus urgent care facilities are beyond...

Seeta arjun

consider adding urgent care for staff and graduate students off campus?

Campus Compass Data Summary

Post by Urban Strategies Blog Moderator, January 27, 2016

Thank you for your participation in the Campus Compass interactive mapping tool. We received over 1,900 responses from students, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the community! Please click the link below to read the summary report of the responses we received. The campus planning team is excited to hear your thoughts and feedback. Join […]

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Hi Barrie, thanks for posting. Your message is a helpful reminder that campus design and architecture are significant factors in people’s experience...

Barrie S. H. Royce

Campus access for people with handicaps is still deficient despite being initiated by the Bowen administration. Many University buildings do not have...

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