University of Kentucky asks for community input on master plan

November 5, 2012 

The University of Kentucky is asking the campus community and Lexington ians to contribute to its new master plan by taking part in an online survey.

The plan seeks to map out UK's future through its physical plant and the community beyond.

"Perhaps more than any other single aspect of the university, the physical environment has the power to embody and express the purpose and mission of the University of Kentucky," President Eli Capilouto has said.

The My Campus Survey will be online through Wednesday, and UK officials hope for active participation from around the community. The survey may be found at Sasakistrategies.com/UK.

"The more feedback we get from students, faculty, staff and community members, the better informed (we) will be and the better decisions we can make for the future," said Bob Wiseman, vice president for facilities management.

If you have any questions or problems completing the My Campus Survey, call 9859) 257-5911, Ext. 251, or email facilities.planner@uky.edu.

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