Developing a Campus Master Plan

South Dakota State University is embarking on a comprehensive Campus Master Plan. The Campus Master Plan will be a realistic and feasible plan for the University based on the long-standing planning that has formed the campus character and physical environment. The Master Plan is a shared vision that will guide the development of SDSU over the next decade and beyond.

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phase 01 wrap up - engagement summary

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Above you will find the Engagement Report of all that has been done for the project to date! Please feel free to look through this document, and reflect how far we have already come.

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About the Plan

South Dakota State University is creating its Master Plan, which includes all of the University's properties, working in conjunction with DLR Group, a nationally recognized campus master planning and design firm. This Plan will provide a framework for land use, open space, facility development and circulation. The plan will prepare and update capital outlay improvement and development plans for specific identified projects. Throughout the planning process, we will engage with students, faculty, staff, and the community to solicit input, test assumptions, and build campus-wide consensus in the plan.

We look forward to your involvement as we embark on this exciting chapter in SDSU’s future together.

Project Schedule

The process began in Summer 2023, and is due to be completed in late 2024.
The schedule below provides an overview of the Master Planning process with approximate dates and descriptions of what will occur during each phase.

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