The University of New Mexico seeks input from community members as it develops its Integrated Campus Plan (ICP). The ICP will guide decisions on the physical environment, including safety, access, mobility, and sustainability, and provide a roadmap for future development of UNM's various campuses.
UNM Planning, Design, & Construction (PDC) is seeking feedback from community members for their experience on UNM property and branch campuses. Community members are encouraged to participate by providing their input on the UNM location most familiar to them by filling out this survey.
UNM Planning, Design & Construction (PDC) department organized a three-day Open House for the ICP in late-April. The sessions were held at various locations on the central and north campuses, including the SUB Atrium, La Posada Dining Hall, Happy Heart Bistro, and Draft & Table. The ICP project team, in partnership with UNM School of Architecture and Planning faculty members and the ICP consultant team, hosted three forums during the Open House to address key topics related to the ICP.
These forums provided an opportunity for participants to share their ideas and provide feedback on the future of UNM's campuses. The three sessions focused on campus & community, campus connectivity, and campus character. The feedback gathered during these sessions will be instrumental in shaping the development of the ICP. To learn more about the takeaways and the Open House forums please visit the UNM Intergrated Campus Plan website.
The ICP is a comprehensive plan that will guide the long-term development of all UNM’s campuses. It will include a set of strategies and recommendations for improving various aspects of each campus, such as infrastructure, buildings, open spaces, and mobility. The ICP aims to enhance the quality of life on campus. The plan seeks to create a more sustainable, accessible, and inclusive campus that fosters innovation and collaboration.
Community members are encouraged to actively participate in shaping the future of UNM by taking the online survey.
For more information about the ICP and to stay updated on the latest developments, visit the UNM Integrated Campus Plan website.