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As we proceed with the next year of planning, we'd like your feedback on what you've read and seen here. Over the next year, we will be developing further the ideas and strategies presented here. The campus plan seeks to create a sustainable framework for campus growth over the next 10 years and, as local residents, business owners, students, faculty, staff or other stakeholders, your feedback is an invaluable part of crafting this plan.

News & Updates

Our website has expanded.

Visit Themes and Neighborhoods for content featured at "Plans in Progress," the campus plan open forum held November 8, 2006.

Campus, local communities join in 'Plans in Progress'

by Ruth Stevens - Posted November 8, 2006

Plans in Progress

"How can you improve access for arrivals coming from Alexander Street?" "What are the exterior finishes on Butler College going to look like?" "Where will the Dinky station be located?"

Those were just a few of the questions asked in Chancellor Green Wednesday, Nov. 8, during "Plans in Progress," an open forum intended to provide members of the University and local communities with an opportunity to learn more about the University's new campus plan and to offer feedback on the effort. read more

A vision for Princeton: Q & A with President Tilghman

by Eric Quiñones - Posted September 25, 2006

New buildings, new gateways: Planning for the future

by B.T. - Posted July 19, 2006

Shaping Princeton’s Campus

by President Tilghman and University Architect Jon Hlafter - Posted May 10, 2006

University selects Beyer Blinder Belle to develop campus plan

by Ruth Stevens - Posted October 3, 2005

Photos: Courtesy of the Princeton University Office of Communications and Campus Plan consultants.

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