T h e U n i v e r s i t y o f T e x a s at Au s t i n M a s t e r P l a n
The Central Campus provides an opportunity for the university to accommodate the next several decades of growth and expansion.
he master plan guides university growth and ensures efficient and responsible development of the universityâ€™s precious land resources. As the Core Campus reaches its full capacity, expansion is most likely to occur on contiguous and proximate UT Austin land to the east of Waller Creek. The master plan proposes a framework for future academic expansion that includes a variety of campus spaces, circulation corridors, and development areas. The campus framework emulates the best urban-design qualities of the historic Core Campus. It builds on existing assets and establishes a connected and human-scaled environment for the next great era of growth at The University of Texas at Austin. The plan also accommodates a planned new medical center with a mix of academic, research, and clinical facilities, envisioned to be located at the southern edge of the Central Campus adjacent to the University Medical Center Brackenridge complex on East 15th Street.
University of Texas at Austin Campus Master Plan, Fall 2012