It’s time for the next generation Campus Facilities Inventory!
From 2004 to 2007, SCUP created the Campus Facilities Inventory (CFI) to provide valuable facilities benchmarking data to colleges and universities to inform their integrated planning efforts.
As leaders of colleges and universities continue to analyze changes today and plan for the future, the knowledge and insight from the SCUP community is critical. In response, SCUP, in partnership with brightspot strategy, is excited to announce the launching of the 2021 report.
The 2021 CFI will help college and university leaders understand not only what they have now and how it compares, but also how things might change in the future.
In early January 2021, all higher education institutions in the US are invited to complete SCUP’s CFI survey and receive a report with findings, trends, and data tables sorted by institution type, size, and location. Participants of the survey will receive the report free, and first.
Complete this form to let us know who should receive the survey (live in January). The survey responder should be someone who has knowledge of your institution’s space use, someone who could forward the survey to the appropriate respondee, or one who will collaborate with others on your campus to respond to the survey questions.
The CFI survey consists of three sections that will provide a holistic picture of today — while enabling institutions to crowd-source a vision for the future. The three sections include:
Data will be reported only in aggregate, protecting the privacy of each institution. Initial reporting will focus on findings and comparison tables by institution type (i.e., four-year public, four-year private, and two-year public), location (i.e., urban, suburban, rural), and size (i.e., enrollment, >1,000, 1,000 – 4,999, 5,000 – 19,999, <20,000).
View the 2007 report.
All US higher education institutions are encouraged to participate in the survey.
SCUP members – the survey will be sent in January to one person in each member institution who would likely be the survey respondent for that college or university.
Complete this survey to tell us who to send the survey to on your campus. This would be someone who has knowledge of your institution’s space use, someone who could forward the survey to the appropriate respondee, or one who will collaborate with others on your campus to respond to the survey questions.
The CFI survey results and analysis will be free to survey participants, and they will receive the earliest distribution of the results.
Access critical national data on US higher education current and projected space use to inform your own integrated planning, decision-making, and benchmarking. Identify national trends on changes institutions have made recently, and the changes they are planning for the future relative to their facilities portfolio.
January – Survey distributed to participating institutions
February 5 – Survey closes
April – Survey results and analysis distributed to survey participants, then available to everyone for a fee.
Survey respondents: Free
SCUP members: $499