2017 Space Migration
The 2017 Space Migration project is a formal space planning initiative focused on the organization of space on campus that will aid the University in reaching its long range goals consistent with the K-State 2025 Visionary Plans and the 2012 Campus Master Plan. It is designed to optimize the opportunities on the Manhattan campus provided by the completion of the 2016 Space Migration project.
The reallocation of the spaces being vacated will be decided by our President through this proposal process. Buildings included in the 2017 Space Migration project are:
An annual formal space allocation process will be implemented at the conclusion of the 2017 Space Migration project.
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To promote transparency, all proposals will be made available on this website throughout the duration of the project.
2017 Space Migration final proposal selections, January 27, 2017
The Space Migration Work Group has selected the proposals that will continue into the final phase of the 2017 Space Migration process.
Reminder: Space migration concept proposals due Friday, December 14, 2016
The 2017 space migration concept proposals are due by 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16. Please visit the space migration website for the application and information on the submittal process.
2017 Space Migration Planning Project underway, November 7, 2016
Vice President for Administration and Finance Cindy Bontrager announces the start of the 2017 Space Migration Planning Project.