• Campus Master Plan

    A message from Dr. Lanny Hall, HSU President

    We are very happy to introduce HSU students, alumni, and friends to the new Campus Master Plan. Developed over the last nine months with the expert assistance of Credo Higher Education, this data-driven plan is the result of numerous on-campus discussions and focus groups. Faculty, staff, students, alumni, trustees, and representatives of HSU support-boards have provided input for which we are most grateful.

    As you view the following slides, you will note that this plan – which will guide campus development in the next ten years – envisions several significant campus enhancements, including:

    • Enhancing the campus to provide spatial organization that supports and promotes successful students and leverages successful programs
    • Moving much of the parking to the perimeter of the campus or into parking garages, making the campus more pedestrian-friendly
    • Locating first-year student housing to the southwest corner of the campus
    • Providing new campus spaces for student leisure, wellness, discernment, and collaborative social and academic experiences
    • Building several new facilities – colored gold on the campus map
    • Renovating several existing facilities – colored copper/orange on the campus map
    • Relocating the Streich Tennis Center to the corner of Simmons and Vogel streets
    • Replacing existing grass turf on Shelton Stadium and the practice area to the north of the stadium with artificial turf and other stadium enhancements
    • Replacing existing grass turf on the infield of the John Hunter Baseball Field with artificial turf
    • Constructing a special events center for convocation, commencement, intercollegiate basketball and volleyball competition, and other large-audience gatherings
    • Developing possible retail, graduate student housing, and classroom space on the east side of a re-routed Pine Street.

    More details will follow as HSU implements the plan. This is an exciting and significant planning effort, and we look forward to sharing more details as implementation of the Campus Master Plan continues.

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