Our goal is to ensure an environment that inspires intellectual creativity and reflects our mission. With a growing concern for sustainability, we will renovate existing university structures, build new ones, and develop new areas of campus.
A few highlights of current campus projects:
Restoration of the Old Chapel as an emblem of the university's strong, vibrant past and bright, innovative future is crucial. The renewal of Old Chapel as a center of creative and intellectual activity will help not only to build on the university's momentum, but also to bring to life a campus symbol that will strengthen bonds among the UMass community for generations to come.
Commonwealth Honors College Residential Community
A new residential learning community will be a symbol of the university's ability to attract the best and brightest and to provide them with a level of academic rigor to match the best public research institutions in the world. The new facility will provide a living-learning environment where motivated students strive to excel, create peer relationships, and share interests, experiences, and a desire to learn. Learn more.
The Business Innovation Wing - Isenberg School of Management
Construction of the new wing will accomodate space for exciting new and expanded programs certain to have a major impact on the community of scholars. A dramatic, three-story atrium will become the heart of the school with a study commons and 6,000 square feet of space for enrichment activities that encourage entrepreneurial enterprise.
Champions Center and McGuirk Stadium Improvements
Serving as a centerpiece for athletics on campus, the Champions Center will include a premier training venue for men's and women's basketball, academic support commons, and a field house. McGuirk improvements will include facility upgrades for the football support building and stadium press box.