Master Plan Development Schedule

 

The campus master plan process lasted approximately 10 months. The process was kicked off in January 2017 and was completed in October 2017.

Project Schedule

 

How The Plan Was Developed

This is a record of how the Master Planning Process was undertaken by Arkansas Tech University.

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Surveys

STUDENT OPINION (SNAPSHOT)

What would help recruit new students at the Russellville Campus?

  • A Recreation Facility
    • Indoor swimming pool
    • Rock climbing wall
    • Bike trails
    • Frisbee golf
  • New Housing
    • New dorms
    • Greek row
    • Fraternity housing
  • New Fine Arts & Humanities
    • New Theatre
  • Student Center/Student Union
    • A place other than BazTech
    • More coffee shops
    • More food options
    • A convenience store
  • 24 Hour Study Facility
    • 24/7 computer lab
  • Agriculture Building
    • Green house facility
    • Community gardens/programs
  • Multi-level Parking Garage
  • Better Wheelchair Access
  • New Science Building
  • Daycare/Preschool
  • Nursing Department Facility
  • A Lapidary School

 

STUDENT OPINION (SNAPSHOT)

What would help recruit students to Ozark Campus?

  • More areas to meet with other students
  • Student Union/Library
  • Daycare for parents
  • Sciences laboratory
  • Computer Science IT/Networking facility
  • More course for first responders
  • Bigger cafe/coffee shop
  • Nicer classrooms
  • The Health and Wellness Center
  • Campus housing, dorms/student apartments
  • Sports complex, soccer field, baseball field and such

FACULTY & STAFF OPINION (SNAPSHOT)

In your opinion, please rate the following space types in terms of future need?

  • Need More
    • Classrooms
    • Class Labs
    • Student Study
    • Open Labs
    • Academic Offices
    • Recreation/Exercise
  • Adequate
    • Food Service
    • Library Stacks
    • Athletics
    • Merchandise
    • Student Organization
    • Student Lounge
  • Need Fewer

 

Open Forums

Read more about campus open forums on the Master Planning blog