The University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) is updating their Campus Master Plan (CMP) to provide a long-term framework for decision making with a planning horizon of 25 years - looking to the future of the campus in the year 2040.
Located in the city of Prince George, BC, UNBC has a passion for teaching, discovery, people, the environment, and the north. UNBC has been ranked Maclean’s top Undergraduate University in Canada.
In broad terms, the Campus Master Plan update will consider future University needs as identified from strategic planning, respond to key issues, review previous planning principles, and suggest new directions relating to campus land use and buildings, natural and landscaped open space, transportation and parking, and other realms that fall within the scope of a campus plan.
About this Project
The UNBC Campus Master Plan project was launched in summer 2018. Throughout the development of the Campus Master Plan we are committed to work with you to ensure that your priorities and aspirations are understood and considered.
The project is designed to take place over the course of six months, with many opportunities to provide your feedback. Check out our News & Events section and keep an eye on social media for upcoming engagement events.
Over the course of September we hosted a number of public engagement events, including mobile booths, an ideas fair, drop in engagement sessions, and a speaker’s event. We heard your aspirations, your challenges, and what you see as opportunities for the future of the campus. Taking all that we have learned, we will draft a vision, set of principles and design approaches that will inform the Campus Master Plan. Take a look at the engagement summary to see the main takeaways from our engagement so far and scroll through the photos to view highlights from our engagement events.
UNBC Campus Master Plan Phase One Engagement Summary
Chalkboard from the stakeholder workshop