In Fall 2008, Georgetown University began conversations to develop the next master plan, with the goal of aligning university needs and academic priorities with community interests.
- Open letter to the community from the Senior Vice President. (July 2010, PDF)
- Map of GU Efforts to Address Community Concerns. (July 2010, PDF)
- GU responses to issues raised about the draft plan. (June 2010, PDF)
University administrators conducted Campus Tours to view and discuss aspects of the 2010-2020 Campus Plan with local residents on May 7 and 14.
- Campus Service Road
- Heating and Cooling Plant and Chimney, and
- Kehoe Field and North Kehoe Field
A Community Meeting for the Final Plan was held Monday, April 26 at Georgetown Visitation, Heritage Room. The purpose of the meeting was to provide an overview the final plan, share information that we've gathered as a result of community comments/requests, and discuss the anticipated filing schedule. The following slides were presented and discussed at the meeting.
In November 2009, Georgetown University held meetings to discuss the specific topics of: (1) Off Campus Life/Housing/Enrollment, (2) Transportation, and (3) the 1789 Block. Following these meetings, we held two identical Draft Campus Plan meetings which will encompass all issues, including other aspects of the plan, such as guiding principles, physical campus development, and sustainability. The meeting schedule is below.
Wednesday, November 4, Off Campus Life/Housing/Enrollment
Wednesday, November 11, Off Campus Life/Housing/Enrollment - *Cancelled*
Thursday, November 12, Transportation
Monday, November 16, 1789 Block
Wednesday, November 18, Draft Full Plan Review
Thursday, November 19, Draft Full Plan Review
- Draft Campus Plan (PDF)
- Meeting notes are not available from the November 19 meeting
The topic-specific meetings will be to discuss those topics in a more in-depth manner than time will permit during the Draft Full Plan Review meetings. If you are unable to attend one of the meetings, but would like to contribute to the dialogue, please email comments on the topic to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Issues Report provides Georgetown responses to issues and questions heard throughout the planning process in order to make this information publicly available to all interested parties. The issues presented summarize and respond to comments and questions from university faculty, staff, students, neighbors, and other community members. This document will be updated throughout the planning process.