St. Edward’s University Campus Master Plan—Planning for the Future, Preserving the Past
One look around St. Edward’s University tells you that things are on the rise: enrollment, engagement, international growth — and, of course, exceptional new buildings that are changing the way students live and learn.
As the campus evolves to meet the needs of a diverse community of students and faculty, administrators ensure that every step forward also reflects the university’s rich history, spirit and vision that make St. Edward’s so exceptional.
Spurring Growth, Maintaining Excellence
In 2011, the university’s Board of Trustees approved a new campus master plan to guide the growth of the university through 2015. The plan details a strategy and guidelines for upcoming facilities and landscaping while maintaining the architectural integrity of the hilltop. Improvements over the next five years include:
- Construction of the John Brooks Williams Natural Sciences and Technology Center–South Building
- Construction of a new Munday Library and Learning Commons as well as the renovation of Scarborough-Phillips Library
- Renovation of Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel
- Replacement of Mang House, home to Campus Ministry
- Landscape installation of all-faiths meditation garden
- Renovation of Alumni Gym