The Campus Master Planning and Development Advisory Committee is leading the master planning process at Mississippi State University in conjunction with Sasaki Associates, Inc. and LPK Architects, P.A., two firms recognized for their higher education facilities expertise and campus planning experience.
The MSU master plan will be developed over an 11-month period, beginning in February 2010 with completion of the final report scheduled for December 2010. The planning process will include six major work sessions and a final presentation that will be held on the MSU campus. The duration of the work sessions will range from one to three days. Each work session will build upon feedback, comment, and direction gained during the prior sessions.
The purpose of each work session is:
- Work Session No. 1 - Interviews with MSU administration, faculty, staff, and students
- Work Session No. 2 - Follow-up interviews, data gathering, and preliminary analysis
- Work Session No. 3 - Review analysis and preliminary concepts
- Work Session No. 4 - Review of alternatives
- Work Session No. 5 - Review of preferred direction
- Work Session No. 6 - Review of final draft plan
- Work Session No. 7 - Presentation of final plan
For additional information about campus planning at MSU, please contact Roger Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org or (662) 325-9403. Questions and comments are encouraged as the university moves forward together in this endeavor.
Please note: Maps and other graphic depictions of campus are merely for presentation purposes and are not and do not represent a survey of campus or of properties adjacent to campus.