Campus Master Plan


The Campus Master Plan task force will create a framework for the development of UTSA’s campuses over the next decade. The plan will adopt a strategy for long-term growth at both the Main Campus and Downtown Campus, integrating sustainability best practices while preserving natural resources and the culture of the campus. The task force will ensure that the master plan is linked closely to the university’s strategic vision and priorities, and that the process followed to shape the plan is highly collaborative, involving the UTSA and San Antonio communities.

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Documents and Presentations

Phase 1: Discovery
July – October 2018
  • Data collection and analysis to develop a full understanding of all planning and design issues
  • Dialogue and engagement with the UTSA community, including a campus-wide survey to gather observations and patterns of use
  • Analysis of space needs based on strategic enrollment growth projections
  • Review of space standards for academic, research and administrative/support spaces
  • Development of Athletics Master Plan, including evaluation of current and future space needs for all 15 sports
  • Study of landscaping and open spaces – identifies areas to be preserved or enhanced, establish opportunities to enhance UTSA’s overall ecological health
  • Land and building use analysis – inventory of potential development sites
  • Integration of sustainability and resilience targets into master plan
Phase 2: Exploration
October 2018 – January 2019
  • Examine options for near-term and long-term campus development on Main and DT Campuses.
  • Develop initial plan options based on enrollment scenarios, based on feasible and appropriate densities of facilities development, and protecting and enhancing natural resources, improving pedestrian and bicycle circulation and safety, sustainable energy and water strategies, among other factors.
Phase 3: Synthesis
January – June 2019
  • Development of the final master plan