Space Allocation

Space is a limited resource and, consequently, must be managed in a responsible manner in order to best advance the college's mission and strategic priorities. Flexibility is required in order to respond to changes in college priorities, curriculum, instructional practices, inter-program coordination, and workflow.  As important as location is to a business or residential real estate market, it can be just as important in an educational setting.  As such, decisions about space allocation need to be made carefully, be data- and planning-driven, involve appropriate consultation with all affected stakeholders, and be consistent with shared principles and values.  

Principles of Space Allocation - Learn more about the development of these principles.

Decisions regarding office space allocation - This process applies to private and shared offices, workrooms, and conference rooms.

Decisions involving substantive impacts - This process applies to proposals to reallocate space that substantively impacts other programs or services.