Arcadia Explores Master Campus Planning

By Caitlin Burns | March 6, 2020
Campus planner shows group of Arcadia community typographical map of changes.

The Arcadia University community has been collaborating to build a better campus environment through Campus Master Planning initiative, which will provide a vision for space and place that will integrate with ARCADIA 2025.

CREDO, the University’s consultant to help Arcadia coordinate its student-centered values with the campus aesthetics and enrollment process, will be on campus from Tuesday, March 10 to Thursday, March 12 to hold 11 sessions with community stakeholders to discuss outcomes from the November exploratory sessions, including to-scale physical/topographical model.

**Update as of April 1, 2020: With the need to move off-campus and limit large gatherings due to the pandemic, the final sessions of the Campus Master Planning initiative will be rescheduled.