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Master Plan 2021Campus Assessment Summary March 2021

Ayers Saint GrossFOCUSEXPERIENCE80% 250of our work is forHigher Education;20% for campusedge environmentsMaster PlanProjectsTeamHOUSING AND DINING Duke University Harvard University and Medical School University of Illinois at ChicagoBrailsford & Dunlavey Johns Hopkins University and Medical Campus Kansas City Art Institute Medical University of South CarolinaPLANNING Ohio State University University of Maryland, BaltimoreINTERDISCIPLINARY170Employeesin 7 States Eastley Partners, LLC University of Missouri – St LouisArchitecturePlanningInteriorsLandscape ArchitectureGraphic DesignSpace Analytics University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill University of Pittsburgh University of Southern CaliforniaLOCAL ARCHITECT RESOURCE Virginia Commonwealth University Washington University in St. LouisODIMO

Master Plan Purpose:Align the Physical Campus with the Mission andVision of UMKCMaster Plan Charge:Establish planning principles and a frameworkthat will guide future renewal, development, andenhancement of the campus environment.

UMKC Master Plan 2021 ComponentsCampus FrameworkSpace AssessmentHousing and Dining Buildings Existing space Market demand Utilization Unit type Alignment of needs with projections Financial feasibilityrenovations, repurposing, additions,new construction, demolition,divestment Open Space Transportation Connectivity Campus edge Prioritization and implementation P3 options Dining and Student Life components

Schedule and ProcessCampus AssessmentNOV - DECWorkshop 1JANWorkshop 2Concept DevelopmentRecommendationsFEBWorkshop 3APRWorkshop 5MARWorkshop 4MAYWorkshop 6JUN-JULFinal DeliverablePurpose: Campus Tours Existing ConditionsAssessmentPurpose: Assessment Findings Planning Goalsand PrinciplesPurpose: Concept Plans Space Needs Findings Design ScenariosPurpose: Refined DesignScenarios Initial Prioritization andFinancial FeasibilityPurpose: Draft Plan Prioritization andFinancial FeasibilityPurpose: Final Plan ReviewPurpose:Engagement: Executive Council Working Group Stakeholder Meetingsand Listening Sessions Housing SurveyEngagement: Executive Council Working Group Space NeedsAssessment Committee Housing Task Force Thematic Groups Campus-wide SurveyEngagement: Executive Council Working Group Space NeedsAssessment Committee Housing Task ForceEngagement: Executive Council Working Group Space NeedsAssessment Committee Housing Task Force Stakeholder groups andcampus communityEngagement: Executive Council Working GroupEngagement: Executive Council Working Group Stakeholder groups andcampus communityEngagement: Master PlanRoll-out toStakeholder groupscampus community Board of CuratorsMeeting, June 24 25 Final Reportdocumentation

MeetingsandListeningSessionsto DateAcademic Units Administrative UnitsDeans CouncilSchool of LawComputing and EngineeringStudiesHonors CollegeHuman ResourcesSchool of Nursing and Health StudiesSchool of Biological and Chemical SciencesSchool of PharmacyCollege of Arts & SciencesCollege of MedicineSchool of DentistryLibrariesStrategic Marketing and CommunicationsResearch School of GraduateBloch School of ManagementJoint Meeting with Health Sciences DeansFinance and AdministrationConservatoryAthleticsSchool of Education DeanUMKC Executive CouncilUMKC Innovation CenterSchool ofERCE UMKC FoundationChief Information OfficerDiversity and InclusionStudent Affairs Student Success Faculty Affairs CurriculumProvost & Academic Strategy TeamMeetingResidential Life and DiningStudent Success Enrollment ManagementSwinney Recreation CenterStudent Affairs DirectorsFaculty DevelopmentExternal StakeholdersNeighborhood Advisory CouncilUMKC TrusteesTransportationUpcomingNeighborhood GroupsPlanningRUNCTrustee Student Housing Task ForceKC WorkforceKC Delegation State LegislatorsCityNeighboring Institutions - Rockhurst, Stowers, MRI Global, Russell Stovers, Brookside 51,Central Methodist, T/M Board, Catholic DioceseConstituent SessionInnovationDiastole Chairs Staff LiaisonsUMKC Health Sciences District PartnersAlumni Governing BoardDiversity CouncilsFoundation BoardGeneral

Campus-wide Survey Participation, by type:1,450 total respondents471 / 32%500450207400350289 / 20%300How long have youbeen at UMKC?250200156 / 11%87 / 6%100171237898124 / 8%150242 / 17%81 / 6%50-10 Years-6 – 10 Years-3 – 5 Years-1 – 2 Years- 1 aduate /ProfessionalFacultyStaff /Administrator

Students Housing Survey ParticipationDEMOGRAPHICS› Survey response was generally representative of the1,038campus populationTotal RespondentsAge39%38%Survey Respondents13% 11%15%14%45%25%25%37% over 24 years old17%18%Campus Population9% 13%16%20%13%42%13%4%F-T FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSenior4%Graduate2%1%1% 0.4%21 or under 22 - 24 years 25 - 29 years 30 - 39 years 40 - 49 years 50 - 59 years 60 or overSurvey RespondentsCampus Population

InputsAssessmentPlanning PrinciplesChallengesCampus Assessment OverviewInterconnected,mission-driven goalsthat help guidethe physicalmaster planningprocess UMKC Mission and Vision UMKC Strategic Plan Pillars Campus Survey Physical Observations Previous Studies Data Experience with Similar InstitutionsOpportunities Stakeholder Listening SessionsStrengths UMKC Forward

GreatNew buildings reflect supportmodern research and instructionThe abundance of open / greenspaces in an urban settingConnection to communityOpportunities to leverage partnershipsStreetcar extensionHave outreach programs, butneed more spaceConnectivity to Kansas CityMix of old and new architectural stylesOutdoorEnvironmentIndoorEnvironmentWhat We Are HearingLack of collaboration spaceAvailability of large classroomsLack of campus “heart”Connectivity between buildings needs improvementLack of development along TroostSeems like a commuter campusFacilities do not reflect stature of programsAvailability and location of Student HousingInconsistent space quality between buildingsTopographyWayfindingUMKC identity is missingNot So GreatAvailability and variety of dining options

EmergentThemes1UMKC Identity: Welcoming, Accessible, and Diverse Campus2Student Learning, Success, and Experience3Real Estate, Facilities, Space and Funding4Impactful Community Engagement

EmergentThemes1UMKC Identity: Welcoming, Accessible, and Diverse Campus2Student Learning, Success, and Experience3Real Estate, Facilities, Space and Funding4Impactful Community Engagement

UMKC Identity: Welcoming, Accessible, and Diverse Campus; Impactful Community EngagementStrengthsPublic, Urban, Research InstitutionKansas City’s UniversityDiverse Campus CommunityMedical and health services to metro area60 community affiliate groups

Challenge:First Impressions andPedestrian ExperienceKeyCampus BuildingCampus ParcelPPCampus Arrival PointInstitutional PresenceDefined Campus / Town EdgeIll-defined Campus ZoneMajor Campus Street EdgeMajor Pedestrian EntrancePMixed Use CorridorAdmissionsPParkingProblematic Street CrossingVolker Campus

Challenge:FirstImpressions& PedestrianExperienceVolker and BrooksideRussell StoverYou only getone chance tomake a firstimpressionVolker and RockhillUMKC OlsonPerforming Arts CenterStowers InstituteVolkerConfusing intersectionfor first time visitorsMRI Global

Challenge:FirstImpressions& PedestrianExperience51st and TroostMinimal Signage“Greeted’ byParkingIll-definedcampus zoneBack of Facilities BuildingLooking north to Atterbury CenterVolkerStone barrierLandscape serves as a green barrier

Challenge:First Impressions andPedestrian ExperienceKeyCampus BuildingCampus ParcelCampus Arrival PointPInstitutional PresenceDefined Campus / Town EdgeIll-defined Campus ZoneMajor Campus Street EdgePPMajor Pedestrian EntranceMixed Use CorridorPParkingPProblematic Street CrossingHealth Sciences Campus

Challenge:FirstImpressions& PedestrianExperienceHard to tell newhousing is UMKCTroost and E 25thBuildings in the backgroundVacant landGilham and E 25thSchool of Dentistryblank facadeHealth SciencesSmall (off brand) signageHigh speed crossing

Challenge:FirstImpressions& PedestrianExperienceHolmes Street – looking northNo streetscape elementsUnsafe pedestrian crossingLikely developmentsite faces HSBloading dockCharlotte Street – looking northHealth SciencesNo relief from the streetWide streetLacking vegetation

Theme 1: UMKC Identity: Welcoming, Accessible, and Diverse CampusOpportunitiesLeverage the streetcarEstablish gateways and improve signageEstablish a heart for both campusesCreate consistent identityShowcase signature spaces

Theme 4: Impactful Community EngagementOpportunitiesPlaces for the campus and Kansas City community to come together

EmergentThemes1UMKC Identity: Welcoming, Accessible, and Diverse Campus2Student Learning, Success, and Experience3Real Estate, Facilities, Space and Funding4Impactful Community Engagement

Theme 2: Student Learning, Success, and ExperienceStrengthsAccess to FacultyComprehensive CurriculumRecent InvestmentsAccess to city life and culture

Challenge:Distribution of Instructional Student SpaceJohnson Residence Hall Good distribution of instructionalspace Large concentration on the west sideof campus where there are lessamenities and east-west connectivitychallengesOak St Residence Hall Limited study and collaboration spaceoutside of the library and dining areas Dining hall is not proximate toresidence hallsSCALE REF:INSTRUCTIONAL20K NASFSTUDENT SPACEVolkerCampusCampusVolker

Challenge:Distribution of Instructional Student Space Location of instructional space ineach building reinforces siloedapproach Limited study and collaborationspace outside of the library Limited food and dining optionson campusSCALE REF:INSTRUCTIONAL20K NASFSTUDENT SPACEHealth Sciences Campus

Theme 2: Student Learning, Success, and ExperienceChallenges // Limited Collaboration, Study, and Amenity Space

Rate the quality / availabilityof the non-classroom spaces:Individual studyor work spaces6%13%26%Group study orcollaboration spaces18%17%Almost always find a preferred spaceUsually find space, maybe not idealDifficult to find spaceNA / CJIndoorsocial spaces7%27%20%Outdoorsocial %34%16%25%19%39%30%7%14%39%9%29%26%34%23%Staff / 46%30%33%

Rate the quality of thecampus resource spaces:AverageBelow AverageRecreation SpacesStudent Health / Wellness(Maker Space, Writing Labs, Tutoring)(Rec Center, Rec Fields. Etc.)(Health Center, %4%47%5%31%39%23%24%29%Students6%7% 16%22%25%Staff / AdministratorGoodAcademic Support6%FacultyExcellent40%7%19%32%37%8%38%35%

On-Campus Housing SatisfactionFALL 2020 SURVEY RESULTS FOR ON CAMPUS STUDENTS Despite low capture rates,Overall Conditionon-campus students aregenerally satisfied withtheir housing offeringsLocation of housing45%48%6% 1%Safety and Security within theresidential building46%47%7% Overall condition (87%)Johnson Hall – 86%Oak St Hall – 89%Hospital Hill – 83% Students are least satisfiedwith cost of housing andproximity to campusdining20%Proximity and availability ofparkingBuilding cleanliness andmaintenanceLounge and social spaces withinthe buildingStudy spaces within the buildingProximity to campus diningCost of housing 5%Very ryVery Unsatisfactory10%23%2%1%

On-CampusDiningHow would you rate theon-campus dining ntsBelow AverageNA / CJ28%What is lacking in the existing dining spaces or ultyResponses0VendingServicesGrab and GoCafé /Coffee ShopsFastCasualAll You Can EatRestaurantRotatingVendorsKitchenettesOtherStaff /Administrator

Theme 2: Student Learning, Success, and ExperienceOpportunities: Wellness Hub

Opportunities:Where on theVolker Campuscould be a goodlocation foradditionaldining facilities?

Opportunities:HolmesWhere on theHealth SciencesCampus could bea good locationfor additionaldining facilities?

EmergentThemes1UMKC Identity: Welcoming, Accessible, and Diverse Campus2Student Learning, Success, and Experience3Real Estate, Facilities, Space and Funding4Impactful Community Engagement

Theme 3: Real Estate, Facilities, Space and FundingStrengthsMix of historic and new buildingsProximity to institutional partnersSite capacity for new facilities and additionsExisting programmatic synergies

Challenge:The Facility Condition Needs Index (FCNI) is a measure ofthe recommended repair costs divided by the estimatedbuilding replacement cost. Buildings with an FCNI greaterthan .50 should be considered for replacement.Facility ConditionFacility Condition Needs Index (FCNI) Key .1.1-.2.3-.431,944,1%.5-.6.7-.8.9 %903,770,41%262,615,34%UMKCTotalVolker2,225,458 SF93,851,3%Health Sciences768,690 SF2,994,148 SF914,385,31%1,248,212,42%25% of UMKC facilities have anFCNI greater than .5010,615,1%495,460,65%

Theme 3: Real Estate, Facilities, Space and FundingExcellentChallenge: Inconsistent Quality of Space InstructionGoodAverageBelow AverageClassroomsSingular FocusTeaching Labs(Lecture Halls, Seminar Rooms, Etc.) (Science/Computer Labs. Studios, Etc.)8%7%20%27%45%Outdated furnitureCollaborative EnvironmentFixed 7%27%FacultyFaculty15% 6%17% 11%33%Access toTechnology46%Staff / Administrator36%36%Staff / Administrator

Theme 3: Real Estate, Facilities, Space and FundingExcellentChallenge: Inconsistent Quality of Space - ResearchGoodAverageBelow AverageResearch Labs4%25%26%45%Students9%32%29%30%Faculty19% 12%32%37%Staff / Administrator

Volker CampusWhich building / indoor spaceis your favorite?Which building / indoor spaceneeds the most investment?Which outdoor spaceneeds the most investment?

Health Sciences CampusWhich building / indoor spaceis your favorite?Which building / indoor spaceneeds the most investment?Which outdoor spaceneeds the most investment?

Theme 3: Real Estate, Facilities, Space and FundingOpportunities: Renovation and Renewal of Existing FacilitiesIncremental investments to improve the quality of space and technology

Theme 3: Real Estate, Facilities, Space and FundingOpportunities: Potential Redevelopment AreasVolkerVolkerHealth Sciences

NextSteps

PlanningPrinciplesDraftFive planning principles have emerged from a large cross-section of stakeholderengagement sessions to create a vision for UMKC’s campus that will support itsstudents, faculty, staff, alumni and the larger Kansas City community.Student Success Promote professional and social mobility for all learnersResiliency and Stewardship Ensure stewardship of UMKC’s mission, facilities and campus communityIdentity and Connectivity Celebrate the UMKC’s unique identity and role as an anchor institution in Kansas CityPhysical Environment Elevate the quality and condition of buildings, landscape and streetscapeImpactful Engagement Advance engagement for the benefit of the community and the university

Design ScenarioDrivers Creating gateways Rethinking the streets Reinvesting in existing assets Activating open spaces Reinforcing interdisciplinary andinterprofessional interactions andcollaboration

Next StepsCampus AssessmentNOV - DECWorkshop 1JANWorkshop 2Concept DevelopmentRecommendationsFEBWorkshop 3APRWorkshop 5MARWorkshop 4MAYWorkshop 6JUN-JULFinal DeliverablePurpose: Campus Tours Existing ConditionsAssessmentPurpose: Assessment Findings Planning Goalsand PrinciplesPurpose: Concept Plans Space Needs Findings Design ScenariosPurpose: Refined DesignScenarios Initial Prioritization andFinancial FeasibilityPurpose: Draft Plan Prioritization andFinancial FeasibilityPurpose: Final Plan ReviewPurpose:Engagement: Executive Council Working Group Stakeholder Meetingsand Listening Sessions Housing SurveyEngagement: Executive Council Working Group Space NeedsAssessment Committee Housing Task Force Thematic Groups Campus-wide SurveyEngagement: Executive Council Working Group Space NeedsAssessment Committee Housing Task ForceEngagement: Executive Council Working Group Space NeedsAssessment Committee Housing Task Force Stakeholder groups andcampus communityEngagement: Executive Council Working GroupEngagement: Executive Council Working Group Stakeholder groups andcampus communityEngagement: Master PlanRoll-out toStakeholder groupscampus community Board of CuratorsMeeting, June 24 25 Final Reportdocumentation

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