Arts

Campus Planning

Princeton's campus is simultaneously a site of historic significance and a constantly evolving space, a work in progress that is never truly completed. In December 2017, the University issued a planning framework to guide campus development over the next 10 years in the context of potential needs and developments over the next 30 years. Executive Vice President Treby Williams, the project's executive sponsor, notes in an essay that "while the University has a long tradition of thoughtful campus planning, the 2026 framework represents the most ambitious and comprehensive planning process in its history."

Read the press release about the Princeton University Campus Plan: A Framework for Development through 2026 and Beyond, and learn more about the current and prior campus plans.