Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Main Campus Master Plan

In 2012, the University re-enlisted Broaddus Planning to provide a main campus master plan. Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi (TAMUCC) is at a pivotal point in its development as a university. With growing enrollment, evolving academic plans, increasing physical space needs, and limited land on the island, the university is facing some important decisions as it plans for the long-term future of both its Main and Momentum Campuses.

 

Built on the assumptions of the 2008 Campus Expansion Plan, this master plan identifies similar uses and overall design concept as the original plan. The master plan creates a physical strategy for long-term development that plans for future university space needs to match enrollment targets. Beyond meeting benchmark targets and projections, the master plan creates a visionary 21st century university on two campuses. The master plan promotes the campus experience and enhances student life by creating beautiful green spaces, connections to the water, and planning for campus facilities that integrate with the landscape.