Mission
   Goals
   Core Values

   General
   Land Use
   Circulation

   Land Use
   Circulation
   Open Space


   Pedestrian-oriented Campus
   Vehicle System
   Parking Standards
   Drop-Off/Short Term Parking
   CAMBUS
   Open Space System
   Pedestrian/Vehicle Conflicts
   Campus Entrances
   Visual Corridors
   Overlooks
   Potential Building Sites
   Design Guidelines/
      Pre-Design Checklist
   Replace Floor Area Ratio
   Preserve and Protect National
      Register of Historic Places
         Buildings, and Sites
   Identify, Preserve & Protect
      Other Historic Buildings & Sites
   Maintenance Plan
   Campus Statistics
   Hawkins Drive Improvement
   West Campus Loop Road
   Functional Area Recommendations
      Old Capitol
      University Services
      East Residence Halls
      Iowa Center for the Arts and
         the International Center
      Health Sciences/Hospital
      West Residence Halls
      South Melrose
      Sports
      Far West
      Oakdale Campus
   East, West, & Far West Campus
      Development

   The Role of the Campus Planning
      Framework
   The Role of the Campus Planning
      Committee in the Planning
      Process
   The Process For Updating the
      Framework Plan
   The Proposal or Project Review
      Process
   Project Implementation
   Conclusion

   Campus Boundries
   Roads, Streets, & Highways
   Open Space & Green Space
   Parking
   CAMBUS
   Topography
   Slopes
   Drainage
   Soils




   UI Payroll Report - Sept. 1997
   Lot/Ramp Space Inventory-
      Oct. 1997
   Meter Inventory - Oct. 1997
   Service Vehicle Zones -
      East Campus
   Service Vehicle Zones -
      West Campus
   Original Plat of Iowa City
   Workshops - Scheduled by
      Functional Area or
         Participants
   Workshops - Summary of
      Responses By Workshop
   Workshops - Summary of
      Responses
 

Connection To The University
Achieving Distinction 2000: A Strategic Plan for The University of Iowa

Achieving Distinction 2000, A Strategic Plan for The University of Iowa, 1996, reaffirms the Mission and Goals; adds Core Values, Indicators of Progress, and Strategic Focus Areas; and highlights recent progress toward institutional goals. The update of the Campus Planning Framework must act as an extension of the Strategic Plan and assist in meeting the Plan's Mission, achieving its Goals, and advancing the Core Values.

Mission
The statement on Mission was developed in 1987 from a University self-study committee preparing documentation for reaccreditation. The Mission has been revised in 1988-89, further modified by the Faculty Council and the University president and vice-presidents, approved by the Board of Regents in 1989, and reaffirmed by the 1994-95 Strategic Plan Committee. While the entire Mission guides this Framework Plan, portions of the Mission are particularly pertinent.

"The educational mission of the University requires an environment that promotes free inquiry and ethical behavior, which fosters the qualities of mind that lead to mature, independent, informed, and humane judgment. The creation and maintenance of a community of women and men that is multicultural, multiethnic, multiracial, multinational, and respectful of the dignity of all persons essential to this environment."

The Sesquicentennial Campus Planning Framework provides the link from the University Mission to the University physical environment. As the University strives to achieve its overall Mission, planning and development of the physical environment fosters development of qualities of mind, supports creation and maintenance of diverse community, and is respectful to human dignity. The planning framework not only flows from the Strategic Plan, it supports and implements it in terms of the physical environment.

Goals
Achieving Distinction 2000, A Strategic Plan for The University of Iowa, 1996, reaffirmed six University-wide goals developed in 1989-90 and added a goal emphasizing the University's commitment to research and scholarship. While the processes and outcomes of the Sesquicentennial Campus Planning Framework support Goals 1 through 6, achieving Goal 7 is specifically and directly linked to the physical environment of the campus.

Environment can be defined as the broad academic, intellectual environment and the physical setting, particularly the exterior environment, in which the University operates.

Core Values
The statement of Core Values within Achieving Distinction 2000, A Strategic Plan for The University of Iowa, 1996, completed the University's strategic plan for 1995-2000 and expressed the University's commitment to fundamental principles. Core Values guide development of the Sesquicentennial Campus Planning Framework. Planning, setting priorities, and making decisions are guided by five independent commitments summarized as follows:


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