Florida State University Multi-Campus Master Plan

Tallahassee and Panama City, Florida
An Age of Renewal

Florida State University is embarking on a comprehensive campus master plan with us to provide big ideas guiding growth and change on its three largest campuses: Main Campus and Southwest Campus in Tallahassee, Florida, as well as its campus in Panama City. Covering all aspects of student life, the master plan is dedicated to improving experiential aspects of student affairs and enhancing the academic and research prowess of the university.  The design of each of the campuses was approached holistically, considering learning environments, transportation and mobility, land use, open space, environmental sustainability, building reuse, urban design, landscape design, housing/auxiliary services, and research.

We are revitalizing campus culture, environmental protections, and improving student life.
Emerging guiding principles include:
  • Prioritizing student success.
  • Applying stewardship of resources.
  • Improving connectivity between and through campuses.
  • Forming strategic partnerships.
  • Establishing and enhancing campus identity.
Southwestern Campus Master Plan
The Southwestern Campus Master Plan ties together unique anchors to establish a destination.

Project Team

Stephen Coulston
Andrew Broderick