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Campus Architecture (CA) serves as the steward of the physical campus at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  This responsibility encompasses the design of facilities, grounds and signage, and coordination of exterior art, historic preservation, and campus master planning efforts.

The CA is responsible for the development and interpretation of design standards for building exteriors, interior public spaces, and grounds and for the design review of all new projects.  The goal is to ensure that renovations and new developments adhere to the campus master plan, design standards and enhance the physical environment.

Campus Architecture is an ex officio member of Professional Service Consultant selection committees and serves as Chair of the UIC Chancellor’s Design Review Committee.

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UIC Master Plan Update

Approved by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees in November of 2018, the UIC Master Plan Update: 2018 Implementation Plan is a bold vision for changing the physical infrastructure of the UIC campus in a way that will enable the continued trajectory of UIC’s people and programs. The 2018 Implementation Plan is an update to the 2010 UIC Campus Master Plan, providing data-driven and inspirational recommendations for the physical development of UIC’s campus over the next ten years. Read more on the UIC Master Plan Update page.