Development Plan 'A Target to Shoot For' at West Virginia State

By Speciale, Samuel | Charleston Gazette Mail, December 12, 2015 | Go to article overview

Development Plan 'A Target to Shoot For' at West Virginia State


Speciale, Samuel, Charleston Gazette Mail


An update to West Virginia State University's development plan, delivered to Board of Governors members Friday, has identified needed renovations and upgrades on campus, including $12 million in deferred maintenance. It also proposes several modest changes to the campus layout, like expanding the university westward. The plan, prepared by ZMM Architects & Engineers after focus group meetings with students, alumni, faculty and staff, calls for roofing, heating and air-conditioning repairs on several buildings and even suggests moving some facilities to more appropriate buildings. While it identifies potential for new buildings, that doesn't mean the university has plans to break ground on anything yet.

"Nothing is definite, said Tom Susman, the board's institutional advancement committee chairman, "but it gives us a target to shoot for.

The plan, which identifies potential locations for a welcome center, student recreation complex and another residence hall, is still in draft form. Board members are expected to OK the plan next month so it can go to the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission for approval at its spring meeting in March.

"Nothing has to be developed now, said Adam Krason, who presented the plan to board members, "but you need to be planning for your future.

WVSU has grown under the leadership of President Brian Hemphill. Since joining the college, he has overseen enrollment growth, expansion of academic programs and, most notably, the construction of a $25 million residence hall. He's pledged to expand further and has made enrolling 4,000 students by 2020 an institutional goal. …

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