Campus Master Plan Components

The Campus Master Plan sets out a vision for SJSU based on Transformation 2030 and anticipates the future spatial needs of the University by developing strategies for future growth.

The Campus Master Plan addresses the physical spaces on campus including the campus layout, uses, and buildings, all the spaces in between buildings that make up the public realm, the ways we get to and around campus, and the infrastructure that makes the campus operate. The Campus Master Plan guides Capital Funding Proposals.

The Campus Master Plan will address five areas:

Area Description
Magnifying glass and pencil icon.Space Planning

Whether or not the types of spaces we have fit the future teaching and research needs of the University.

  • Enrollment Planning
  • Building Design
Wayfinding signs on a path with a tree icon.Campus Mobility

Looking at the different ways people get to and around campus.

  • Circulation Planning
  • Pathways and Open Space
  • Wayfinding
  • Transportation
  • Parking
Buildings and the city dome with tree and clouds icon.Campus Life

Supporting the ways we use the campus as a place to live, work, and play.

  • Housing
  • Connection to Downtown San Jose
  • Sports and Recreation
  • Campus Experience
Safety, evironmental and emergency icon.Campus Resilience

Being mindful of our impact on the environment around us and being ready for the changes that come with it.

  • Sustainability
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Safety
Graph report with a leaf Icon.Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires that there is an Environmental Impact Report that analyzes the impacts of the Campus Master Plan.