North Campus Corridor
Description of North Campus Corridor
In late spring of 2014, Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz appointed the North Campus Corridor Master Plan Task Force. The Task Force was charged to work with an outside Campus Corridor Master Plan Task Force. The Task Force was charged to work with an outside consultant to integrate the existing master plans for various units at the university and affiliated organizations to ensure cohesiveness across all of the plans within or bordering the North Campus Corridor. These plans include those from Kansas State university, the College of Veterinary Medicine, Housing and Dining, KSU Foundation, and K-State Athletics.
The North Campus Corridor is the area encompassed by the boundaries of North Manhattan Ave on the East, Claflin Rd on the south, College Ave on the west and north of Kimball Avenue to include the KSU Foundation property.
Campus Open House on March 31, 2016
Thursday, March 31, 2016
3:30 to 4:30 pm
K-State Alumni Center, Tadtman Board Room
We want to provide our campus community with the opportunity to discuss and ask questions about the North Campus Corridor Final Report.
This is a come-and-go event. We will have posters showing the proposed location and use of new buildings, open space, and circulation, along with copies of the Executive Summary of the Final Report. The North Campus Corridor Task Force members will be present to visit with attendees and answer any questions. Light refreshments will be served.
North Campus Corridor Master Plan Report
The North Campus Corridor Master Plan Report was finalized in December 2015. It will be used to help make continued progress toward providing the facilities needed to reach our K-State 2025 goal of becoming a Top 50 Public Research University.