KAHULUI, Hawai`i – UH Maui College officials urge campus-wide participation in its Long Range Development Plan review to help guide future infrastructure development for its Kahului campus. UH Maui’s Long Range Development Plan kick-off is set on Wednesday, February 14 from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Ka`a`ike Building Rooms 105 BCD.
You are all invited – students, faculty, staff. Spread the word.
Officials said the campus LRDP has not been updated for more than 10 years and changes, or the lack of, are rapidly affecting the quality of student experience. UH Maui College is engaging in more sustainable options for its infrastructure, and evident physical changes – new trees, buildings, artworks and construction sites must be in line with campus objectives.
This is a great opportunity for students and employees to provide input on what is important, and on how you see the campus in the next 20 years.
The LRDP is a master plan, which will be used to guide the form and character of the campus. It includes consideration for a redesign of classrooms, study and outdoor gathering spaces, landscaping, accessibility options, transportation and pedestrian amenities, sustainable facilities and student housing options.
The campus began working with HHF Planners in an effort to collaborate on a series of events to solicit input from the campus community. Input from students, faculty, and staff is critical to the success of the plan. In addition to the Kickoff on Feb. 14, several workshops will be scheduled throughout the year.
To participate in the survey and to get details for future events, visitwww.futuresuhmc.com.
See you at the kick-off and bring your ideas!
Cannot attend the kick-off? At least answer the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LKZMQH5