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Campus Master Plan
To meet the needs of future populations and transform The University of Iowa into an inviting, supportive and universally accessible environment requires the University take a long-term view that is guided by a planning framework and informed by current assessments.
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The University of Iowa is committed to sustainability in its campus development through the incorporation of green principles in the placement, design and construction of new campus facilities and major renovation projects. The UI maintains a minimum standard of LEED Silver certification for new construction and major renovations. LEED Buildings at a Glance
Campus Planning Committee
The Campus Planning Committee is an eleven-person chartered committee charged with advising the University President on issues concerning the physical campus, its facilities, its uses and its continued development.
Bicycle Parking Study, March 1994 (pdf)
Campus Gathering Spaces Report, 2004 (pdf)
Campus Planning Framework, July 1998 (pdf)
Campus Lighting Strategy Amendment, December 1996 (pdf)
Campus Tree Protection Policy, June 1998 (pdf)
Campus Urban Forest Study, May 1996 (pdf)
Guidelines for UI Crosswalks, November 2009 (pdf)
Hawkeye Campus Master Plan, April 2004 (pdf)
Iowa River Corridor Landscape Master Plan 1995 (pdf)