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Today's Look at Tomorrow's SJSU

San José State University's newest Campus Master Plan implements core goals of Transformation 2030, the university’s strategic plan and will guide physical development and revitalization for the main and south campuses as well as properties throughout Santa Clara County through 2040. The Campus Master Plan public draft is now available for public review and will be submitted to the California State University Board of Trustees in 2024 for certification.

The Vision for the SJSU of the Future

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Campus Master Plan Public Draft

The final draft of the Campus Master Plan for San José State University's Santa Clara County sites is now available for public review. The Plan is subject to continued public input and eventual approval by the California State University Board of Trustees in 2024.

Read the Plan

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Public Participation

The campus master plan process includes many opportunities for input the campus community and public. This collaboration is essential to the Master Plan.

Review past meetings and materials

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Campus Master Plan Public Draft

Read the Draft Campus Master Plan now available for public review.

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About the Plan

The SJSU Campus Master Plan lays out a vision for the campus, anticipates future spatial needs and addresses strategies for future growth.

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Project Timeline

Find out where we are in the process to redefine our campus of the future.

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Public Participation

Help define the future of SJSU’s built environment by participating in the public process and review California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents and materials.

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Advisory Committee

Review documents presented to the Advisory Committee of students, faculty, staff and administrators.

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