Facilities master plans typically cover a decade or more. Such planning is often associated with campus development, and due to the large capital investment often required by renovation and new construction, long-range plans are needed to guide work on facilities, space, technology, landscape, and residence halls. This planning extends beyond the physical plant and must incorporate needs related to academic programming and student life.
Current Facilities Master Plan
The College is currently in the process of studying a number of recommendations made in early 2015 by the firm Rickes Associates, which was tasked with reviewing Mount Holyoke's current physical space and making recommendations that would help to build community on the campus.
- Executive Summary, February 2015
Campus Landscape and Facilities Master Plan 2002
- Master Plan, September 2002