About the Plan

Plan Overview

The purpose of this project is to provide Texas A&M University-Kingsville with a multi-year comprehensive master plan to address development needs and existing development ideas for five University locations: Main Campus, North Farm, Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Park, Citrus Center and Baffin Bay.

Input from leadership, students and stakeholders will help to identify the long-term vision and goals for these locations. The plan will assess facility needs, address enrollment growth, reinforce the University identity on campus, enhance student experiences, address vehicular and pedestrian circulation, identify potential land acquisition/development, and establish the vision for currently undeveloped University-owned land, among other things.

Aerial photo of freshman class

Planning Process

The development of the Campus Master Plan will take place in four phases that will guide the planning process.

planning phases
Phase 1: Information Collection, November 2022 to January 2023
  • Kickoff meeting with leadership

  • Information and data gathering

  • Stakeholder/user engagement

Phase 2: Analysis, February 2023 to April 2023
  • Analyze existing conditions

  • Analyze utilization

  • Project enrollment

  • Start sub-master plans

  • Develop concept plans

Phase 3: Review, May 2023 to July 2023
  • Develop recommendations

  • Create illustrations

  • Review with leadership

Phase 4: Refinement/Final, August 2023 to November 2023
  • Refine master plan

  • Implementation and phasing

  • Finalize graphics

  • Final review and presentation

  • Deliver Final Master Plan