- Energy at UND
- Energy changes at UND
- Facilities Online Metering
- Energy Links
- Energy and Recycling Tips
- Building Services/Custodial
- Central Warehouse
- Departmental Moves
- Hopper Danley Spiritual Center
- Pest Control Service
- Snow Removal
- Space Utilization
- Steam Plant
The Campus Master Plan is a concept for the UND campus and is being developed with the recognition that the campus, in its entirety, is more than the mere functional arrangement of buildings, roads, walkways, parking lots, and landscapes. It has the potential to define a collective experience of place and community, which is an essential part of the teaching, research, and learning experience for students, faculty, and staff. At its best, the campus can be a rich expression of tradition and history, a fundamental resource to the current educational experience, and an invaluable reference point in helping to define the future. Perhaps more than any other single aspect of the University, the physical environment has the power to embody and express the purpose and mission of the University of North Dakota.
The master plan has been submitted to the NDUS System Office. See above for links to the document(s).
Opportunities for online feedback are now closed. Please stay tuned for further updates on the progress of our master planning process.
The next round of Open Forums are scheduled for Wednesday, January 13. They will be held in the Memorial Union Lecture Bowl from 3:00-4:30 p.m. A Master Planning FAQ has also been added to the Communications Page.
The Open Forum presentation and opportunities for feedback are now available on the Master Planning Communications page.
A second round of Open Forums have been scheduled for Friday, December 11. They will be held in the Memorial Union Lecture Bowl from 9:00-10:30 a.m.
Open Forums have been scheduled for Thursday, October 22, in Swanson Hall Rooms 16/18. Short presentations will take place at 11:30, 1:30, and 4:30. Stop by any time between 11-5 to visit with the project team and interact with preliminary planning materials.
The Master Plan Steering Committee has been named.
A letter was sent to inform the campus community of the master planning efforts.