Community Outreach Sessions for Campus Master Planning
November 02, 2017
The Lewis & Clark Facilities Plan is a campus-wide process to address needs across the three campuses. The process is comprehensive in scope and will address academic space, residential and campus life, connectivity, open space and landscape, and inclusivity. This process provides an important opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to have input into a critical moment in Lewis & Clark’s history.
The initial online survey for the Facilities Plan was a huge success, with over 520 responses. Next Monday and Tuesday (November 6 and 7), the consulting team, Sasaki, will be back on campus to engage the campus community and ask what you envision for the future of the Lewis & Clark College facilities and grounds.
There will be six community outreach sessions for faculty, students and staff to provide input, with two opportunities on each campus. Specific dates and times are listed below. During the meeting, Sasaki will present a brief synthesis of your input and findings collected over the past few months around four themes:
(2) Campus Life
(3)Connectivity / Mobility
We then invite you to participate in round-table conversations about what we presented and gather your ideas for the next stages of the planning process. We hope to see you during one of the sessions. There will be coffee, tea and cookies available for each session.
Monday, November 6
College of Arts and Sciences: 4 PM at Council Chambers
Graduate School of Education and Counseling: 2 PM at South Chapel
Law School: 12:10 PM at LRC Faculty Reading room
Tuesday, November 7
College of Arts and Sciences: 2 PM at Albany Quanrangle Room 220
Graduate School of Education and Counseling: 4 PM South Chapel
Law School: 12 PM at McCarty Classroom #4