UW-Richland seeking community input for master plan

| August 16, 2013
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Community input is sought as part of the development process for the first comprehensive master plan for the University of Wisconsin-Richland. Those who wish to provide input are encouraged to come to the Pippin Conference Center/Melvill Hall on the UW-Richland campus, 1200 Highway 14 West in Richland Center on Tuesday, September 10. Representatives from Strang, Inc. will meet with members of the community from 12 noon -1pm.

All community people who wish to comment—offer ideas, suggestions, comment on priorities—are welcome. Alumni, future students and their families, Continuing Education students, and others may want to participate.

On that day, Strang representatives will meet, as well, with other groups including students, faculty/staff, and UW-Richland County Extension. Master plan developers seek this important input from those who use campus facilities. In addition to buildings, plans for landscaping, pedestrian circulation and other infrastructure needs are being considered as the campus plans for the next decade and beyond.

                For more information, contact UW-Richland assistant campus dean for administrative services Dundee McNair by email atdundee.mcnair@uwc.edu or by calling (608) 647-6186, Extension 234.

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