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The primary themes of the Strategic Plan include: Going forward, efforts will focus on the following tasks:
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Missouri S&T integrates education, research + Increase interaction with renowned faculty, staff
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ARRIVAL DISTRICT
The creation of an arrival district at the intersection of Bishop Avenue and
Miner Circle will provide a front door for the university. The arrival district
includes a new interdisciplinary research building to showcase university
research; additional event and exhibit space (within the renovated power
plant building); an expanded Havener Center for additional student space; C O RPO RATE PARTN E RSH IPS
CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS LIBRARY/LEARNING COMMONS PINE STREET MIXED-USE
and a renovated Bureau of Mines Building as the admissions center. The
district will also feature the historic Rolla Building, the first building on
campus when Missouri S&T was founded in 1870.

ACADEMIC DISTRICTS
Two new academic districts will organize and recognize university
programs. The Arts, Sciences and Business district and the Engineering
and Computing district provide the framework for the reorganization
of academic and academic support spaces across campus. The library
expands as the center of academic life with the addition of student
success services, learning commons and other amenities, including food
service.

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STUDENT HOUSING DISTRICTS STRIC T

New student housing includes the creation of a new facility at the site
of the Quadrangle Residence Halls; the construction of new housing on
University Drive (west of the Residential College); and mixed-use buildings
along Pine Street with student housing, office and commercial space.

ATHLETICS / RECREATION
Improvements in athletics and recreation facilities will enhance student life,
including a new field house, expanded field space and support facilities,
and a redesigned golf course. The improvements will support student-
athletes and popular intramural programs.

CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS CAMPUS IMPROVEMENTS DOWNTOWN ROLLA


The continued growth of Innovation Park, including the addition of a
conference center/clubhouse and the creation of a new “innovation
campus” along Interstate 44 near the University Drive interchange, will
further the development of business partnerships and entrepreneurship
and expand opportunities for students.

CAMPUS IMPROVEMENTS
Improvements to the campus setting are necessary, and complementary
to the educational and facility improvements being made, to achieve our
vision. Primary improvements include:
1. Completion of the pedestrian network throughout campus
supported by an enhanced wayfinding system LIVINGL LABORATORY
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2. Exhibits of educational features to make the campus a
living laboratory
3. Clear definition of the campus boundaries and entrances
EXISTING CAMPUS AND PLANNED DISTRICTS