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UNIVERSITY OF REGINA CAMPUS PLAN
 

Summary: UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
CAMPUS PLAN
FOR LONG RANGE DEVELOPMENT
2 DU TOIT ALLSOPP HILLIER JANUARY 2003
ROLE AND SCOPE OF THE CAMPUS PLAN
The Whole is Greater than the Parts
The idea behind preparing a campus plan is that quality of the physical
environment matters. People would rather enrol, teach, work or study in
a campus which is pleasant to inhabit, and which is organized to assist
rather than hinder people as they go about the day, working, studying,
socializing or playing.
The Campus Plan for the University of Regina is therefore aimed at
ensuring that the physical environment, both built and natural, meets the
needs and aspirations of its inhabitants and the community around it, and
enables institutional goals to be realized in a co-ordinated way. The Plan
is the vehicle for implementing new projects, for repairing deficiencies,
and for preserving valuable facilities, landscapes and infrastructure. It
also provides a means for articulating a common purpose within the Uni-
versity, and for communicating it to the outside world.
The campus of the future is a family of projects, many now existing and

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics