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Using SCUPs Campus Facilities Inventory (CFI) to Inform Your Integrated Planning

Published July 14, 2021
Presented by Allan Donnelly, brightspot strategy | Elliot Felix, brightspot strategy | Wayne Bottomley, California Institute of Technology | Monique Mackenzie, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities | Lora Strigens, Marquette University | Neil Sullivan, The Pennsylvania State University | Cynthia Wilder, Morgan State University
Planning Types: Campus Planning

As colleges and universities plan for the future, they now confront unprecedented technological, demographic, social, and economic change. So, SCUP (in partnership with brightspot strategy) created the next generation of its Campus Facilities Inventory (CFI) to help leaders see how their campus compares to national benchmarks and understand how things might change in the future. In this session, we will explore some of the findings from the 2021 CFI benchmarking and hear from a panel of institutions about changes they are making and using CFI data to inform their planning efforts.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Compare your campus to several national benchmarks.
  2. Inform master planning efforts with national trends data.
  3. Explore differences between campus by size, location, and institution type.
  4. Network with peer institutions as partners in transformation.

Presenters:

Allan Donnelly, Associate Director, brightspot strategy
Elliot Felix, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, brightspot strategy
Wayne Bottomley, Manager of Planning & Space Information, California Institute of Technology
Monique Mackenzie, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Lora Strigens, Vice President for Planning & Facilities Management, Marquette University
Neil Sullivan, The Pennsylvania State University
Cynthia Wilder, Morgan State University

Continuing Education Units: AIA LU 1 Unit (SCUP56C008) | AICP CM 1 Unit

Recorded 7/14/21.

Looking to earn CEUs? You can earn Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) by watching this session recording and passing a short quiz. Learn more here.