A new approach towards campus improvements
Campus planning is intrinsic to the successful development of the university. Every 6 years the University of Hawaiʻi assembles a systemwide 6-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) which proposes anticipated campus projects that are expected to take place over the next six years. Along with a list and description of each project, the document presents a capital allocation plan. The Framework for the Future informed the projects which UH Mānoa proposed for the 6-year CIP for 2024-2029.
The recommended projects were guided by the Framework’s Guiding Principles, which enabled UH Mānoa to present a well-rounded proposal with an in-depth study for capital allocation. The ongoing study enables the university to fine-tune and adjust planning in order to support a greater impact campus-wide.
Link to the Framework document: https://www.manoaframeworkfuture.info/_files/ugd/97e54c_38f23dad2e2447398dea421dc386e7a0.pdf
Link to the Guiding Principles: https://www.manoaframeworkfuture.info/guiding-principles