Where are we now?
The Campus Master Plan is currently in “Phase 3” of the timeline.
The Campus Master Plan process began in the Spring of 2020 just as the campus was
closed due to the pandemic. It was an odd time, but a good time to think about the
President Papazian formed an Advisory Committee that is represented by students, faculty,
key staff, administrators, the City of San José and the CSU Chancellor's Office. The
Advisory Committee meets at least once a semester to provide guidance to the Campus
Master Planning process.
The Campus Master Plan Preliminary Background Report explains the scope and process
of the project, summarizes the overall campus context and direction, outlines existing
issues and opportunities, and synthesizes this information into preliminary goals.
Phase 2 will occur over the 2021-2022 Academic Year. During Phase 2, the framework
for the Campus Master Plan will be discussed that will inform the Preferred Direction
of the Campus Master Plan. This will be the basis of the CEQA Analysis for the project.
Phase 3 will include a Campus Master Plan Draft and Draft EIR for both SJSU locations in Santa Clara County and Moss Landing Marine Laboratories.
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The adoption of the plans and associated environmental impact reports will require the approval of the CSU Board of Trustees.