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CAL POLY POMONA. Academic Senate 19 JANUARY 2011. MASTER PLAN ASSUMPTIONS . Account for current conditions and plan for the longer term Planned Capacity: 20,000 FTE Students Long-term Timeline: 20 years (2030+) Plan has to be flexible and capable of implementation

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CAL POLY POMONA

Academic Senate 19 JANUARY 2011

master plan assumptions
MASTER PLAN ASSUMPTIONS

Account for current conditions and plan

for the longer term

Planned Capacity:

20,000 FTE Students

Long-term Timeline:

20 years (2030+)

Plan has to be flexible and capable of implementation

Limited public funds for new construction

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Benchmarking the Campus

  • Assessing the Campus
  • Campus Analysis & Programming
  • Developed Planning Alternatives & Concepts
  • CEQA Review & BOT Approval
  • Fall Conferences
  • Open Campus Forums
  • Sustainability and Planning Workshops
  • Strategic Planning Committee
  • Academic Senate
  • President & Cabinet
  • Provost & Academic Affairs
  • Colleges - Deans/Chairs/Faculty/Staff
  • Dean’s Council
  • Dean of Students & Office of Student Life
  • University Housing Services
  • University Police
  • Parking & Transportation
  • Student Affairs
  • I&IT
  • University Advancement
  • Athletics
  • Enrollment Management & Admissions
  • Cal Poly Pomona Foundation
  • ASI Senate
  • Institutional Research
  • Facilities Operations and Maintenance
  • ENV & AG Faculty and Students
  • City of Pomona
what we heard
WHAT WE HEARD

Lack of clear identity

Undefinedsense of arrival

Strong community and student engagement exists

• Desire to build stronger on-campus community

Agreement that increasing on-campus housingis one of the best strategies for improving student life and community on campus

Increase in student housing will require commensurate increase in on-campus services

New suites are popular

Athletics, recreation, wellness needs

Deficit of large gathering spaces

Studentslack places to gather, both inside and outside

Lack of after-hours options

Lack of ahome and neutral ground for facultywithin a college

  • Convenienceof student services
  • Dispersionof faculty and programs
  • Consolidationis desired for convenience, collaboration, and identity
  • Importance of polytechnic mission
  • Need for student-based project space
  • Desire forflexible "start up" spacefornew areas of research
  • Need for dedicated research space
  • Pride in campus appearance
  • Sustainability
  • Need for more effective circulation
  • Enhance interconnectedness
  • Campus largely feels safe, strong connection to the landscape and history
  • Public safety, a concern on roads, walks
guiding principles
GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Concentrated academic core

10 minute walk zone, strengthen academic and social connectivity

Student engagement and campus experience

Active use of outdoor spaces, expanded recreation/wellness programs, home rooms for students, one-stop shop, multipurpose meeting/events venue, academic support center

Polytechnic, learn-by-doing experience

Space for co-curricular and extra curricular projects, white space, flexible

research space, intern and co-op opportunities on or adjacent to campus

Pedestrian oriented campus

Clarity of pathways, extended connections beyond core campus, bicycle

culture, ad-hoc and planned meeting spaces, direct link shuttles

Identity

Definable gateways and arrival, good access and visibility of heritage and

places

Sustainability

No-build first option, build on previously developed sites, contained utilities

infrastructure, redevelop/reuse existing space, inter-modal transit hubs

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PLANNING FRAMEWORK

  • Open Space Landscape Connections
  • Neighborhoods & Homerooms
  • Pedestrian Walkways and Bicycle Pathways
  • Parking and Vehicular Circulation
  • Physical constraints of the campus
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LAND USE

  • Enhancing the academic core of the campus
    • Consolidates instructional space
  • Establishes special use zones to support the University’s mission
    • Public Private Partnerships to sustain the University
    • Community Outreach
  • Strengthens campus community and student life
    • Concentrated Student Housing
    • Facilities for Campus Community
    • Community Partnership Housing
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Creates a concentrated and walkable academic core that strengthens academic and social connectivity

  • Fosters student engagement through the creation of active outdoor spaces, homerooms for students, and multipurpose events spaces
  • Supports the Polytechnic mission by creating flexible spaces for academic and student based projects and providing facilities for future graduate and research programs
  • Improves pedestrian safety by keeping thru traffic our of campus core, promoting bicycle options, relocating parking to the campus perimeter and providing open space walkway connections
  • Establishes neighborhoods for campus identity and creates gateways that define the campus experience
  • Promotes sustainability by building on previously developed sites, providing on-campus student and faculty residences and promoting transit options