What is a Master Plan

Our master plan details how we plan to develop the Northwest Denver Campus– from the use of existing and future buildings, landscaping, and transportation. With the approval of the University cabinet, we partnered with an architecture firm to create a 20-year vision for the physical development of the campus.

Community Involvement

Highlights from the Plan

View the main documents and images from the plan.

Community Involvement

一道本不卡免费高清We have prioritized involving University community members and the broader community– neighborhood groups, community groups, businesses, government agencies and potentially interested parties. We engaged in exciting dialogue about the future as we developed the master plan. Opportunities included town hall meetings, informal “pop ups” and intercepts, listening sessions and surveys. 


Brent Vogel, Director, Center for Career and Professional Development
David Law, Director, Student Activities and Leadership 
Catherine Kleier, Professor, Biology 
Erika Lourenco de Frietas, Associate Professor, Pharmacy 
Erika Hollis, Vice President and General Counsel 
Ken Phillips, Assistant to the Vice President for Mission 
Kevin Thomas, Principal Sinclair McLean 
Kim Frisch, Dean, Admissions 
Linda Osterlund, Dean, Rueckert-Hartman College of Health Professions 
Mark Basham, Associate Professor, Psychology and Neuroscience 
Michael Redmond, Associate Vice President, Physical Plant 
Perry Wisinger, Associate Professor, Business 
Sue Scherer, Director, Community Relations 
Susan Layton, Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services