Comprehensive Campus Plan
The last comprehensive campus master plan was completed in 2001. The plan was updated by SDSU Facilities & Services in 2008 and 2012. The campus master plan has been supplemented with specific unit studies, including parking services, athletics, research, residential life, infrastructure, Art Museum and Briggs Library. Over the past twenty years many of the construction, infrastructure and open space goals outlined in the campus master plan and unit studies have been accomplished.
South Dakota State University has determined that it is time to invest in a new campus master plan. The scope of the master plan would include analysis of academic program plans, research activities, facilities, grounds, infrastructure, circulation, community connections, housing, agricultural experiment stations, athletics and student life. The plan should reinforce the identity of the university, supports its mission and serve as a strategic framework to guide future campus development.
A comprehensive Campus Master Planning project is planned to begin in 2023. Updates and details will be posted as available.