Multiple-Campus Master Plan

Summary

Since The University of Toledo was established in 1872, our campuses have served us well. The multiple-campus master plan is a comprehensive vision — the first to systematically consider Main Campus, Health Science Campus, Scott Park Campus and three supporting centers. Through the master plan’s major initiatives, it seeks to address each campus’ most pressing issues and prepare each campus for decades to come.

Our Mission

Our strategic plan describes a bold and forward-looking vision for the University. At our core, we are a transformative force for the world. The University of Toledo is:

  • A comprehensive research institution, distinguished by strength in medicine, science, engineering and technology.
  • A liberal arts university, dedicated to student-centered instruction that will improve the human condition.
  • An engaged, public metropolitan university, partnering in community and regional renewal.
  • A thriving and diverse community of students, faculty and staff, all united in support of wellness, outreach and service.

The facility response

This plan is the facility response to our strategic plan. It advances the University’s purpose and identity through facility renewal and change. This plan seeks to be audacious in transforming existing assets to better meet our current and anticipated future needs. This facility vision is integrated, comprehensive and exciting.

 

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Last Updated: 6/5/17