Heritage Preservation

Overview

The Office of Campus Planning (OCP) has lead responsibility in consultation with the University Administration and the Advisory Planning, Architecture and Aesthetics Committee (APAAC) for campus heritage preservation. The original Uptown Campus along with the Downtown Campus, including Alumni Quadrangle, have been determined to meet the National Register of Historic Places criteria for exceptional significance (National Register Criteria Consideration G) in the areas of Architecture and Education. As such, OCP consults with the New York State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) in regards to facilities planning and restoration efforts on campus to meet current and future programmatic needs. In large part, the 2009 Campus Heritage Preservation Plan established the heritage preservation guidelines for the Uptown Campus.

-Link to PDF - Campus Heritage Preservation Plan



Resources:


Campus Heritage
Campus Heritage Preservation Plan
Picture of the comprehensive plan
1974 Comprehensive Plan Updating Edward D. Stone
The 1998 Master Plan Report
1998 Master Plan Report

Link:


Advisory Planning, Architecture, and Aesthetics Committee

Aerial Picture of the campus in Black and White