The Facilities Guideline Plan for the 21st Century has been prepared as one element of a directional plan for Seattle Pacific University to follow over the next fifteen years, called the "Comprehensive Plan for the 21st Century". Other Comprehensive Plan elements have been developed that address future enrollment growth, educational programs, and endowment. The Facilities Guideline Plan includes a Framework component that describes the general conditions governing development and a Development component that addresses what, when and where facilities should be built. The plan will also be used as the basis for the preparation of a new Major Institution Master Plan, which will be developed and reviewed over the next two years under the Major Institutions provisions of the City of Seattle’s Land Use Code. A new Major Institution Master Plan will be required to obtain City permits for most of the projects included in the Facilities Guideline Plan.
The Facilities Guideline Plan for the 21st Century has been prepared by the Campus Master Planning Office, assisted by Rolfe Kellor, a campus planning consultant. A Master Planning Committee, appointed by the President, has been substantially involved in the preparation of the plan, meeting at least biweekly for approximately six months to assist with the process. The Master Planning Committee members include the following individuals:
During the development of the plan, presentations and discussions have also been held with the Board of Trustees, the President’s Council, the President’s Cabinet and constituent groups, all who have contributed substantially to the plan’s recommendations.
Additional information regarding the plan and the on-going process regarding campus and facility planning can be obtained by contacting Darrell Hines, Director of Campus Master Planning, at 281-2844, or Melanie Whitehead, Neighborhood Relations Coordinator, at 281-2537. Information regarding the status of specific capital projects included in the plan can be obtained by contacting Mark Guy, University Architect, at 281-2603.
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