West Chester University, Master Plan, West Chester, PA
Advising its students to “expect excellence”, West Chester University itself sought excellence when it began its first comprehensive master plan since the University’s inception in 1871.
The 12,000-student institution, located on 475 acres in Chester County, PA, faced several key issues. These included severe classroom and office space shortages, outdated housing, insufficient student recreational spaces, and parking shortages. The master plan addressed these and other issues while accommodating potential enrollment growth of up to 4,000 additional students. The result: a dynamic blueprint to help the University create a thoughtful, compelling future for tomorrow’s students.
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