WTAMU hosting town hall to discuss campus master plan


By Rana McDonald

Officials at West Texas A&M University will host a town hall meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13 in the Jack B. Kelley Student Center (JBK), Legacy Hall to update students, faculty, staff and community members on its latest master plan concept.

A consulting team from Perkins+Will, an architecture and design firm from Austin, will present the update on the new master plan concept, and those attending will be given an opportunity to make comments and ask questions.

The consulting team has been working with WTAMU officials since September to help develop a 10-year master plan that looks at campus growth and construction with a focus on student life, facilities, mobility and parking, athletics and recreation, landscaping, campus resiliency, safety and sustainability. The team toured the campus and its facilities in September and met with various campus and community groups in October to gather ideas and comments about campus needs.

The public is invited to attend, and a shuttle service from the First United Bank Center to the JBK will be available.

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