With the approval of President’s Cabinet, a new University Space Governance Committee (USGC) has been formed. The committee is charged with ensuring efficient, equitable, and strategic use of space to support the university’s academic, research, student life and administrative needs.
In October, The Lantern highlighted how connectivity, one of four Framework 3.0 planning principles, could help shape improved mobility and increased infrastructure for cyclists on Ohio State's Columbus campus.
Framework 3.0 is Ohio State’s next iteration of the campus master plan and updates two previous Columbus campus master planning documents, published in 2010 and 2017.
A vision is coming to life as the university’s campus planning roadmap, Framework 3.0, is shared with the university community.
In September, The Lantern shared an overview of Framework 3.0 and the benefits Ohio State's master plan will bring to the Columbus campus.
"There's parts of campus that are very much student-focused, so we really drilled into that student experience," said Amanda Hoffsis, vice president of Planning, Architecture and Real Estate.