“Renew our environment” is one of the five initiatives of Mary Baldwin’s 10-year strategic plan, Composing Our Future. To embark upon that process in a focused and effective way, in May 2005 the Mary Baldwin
College Board of Trustees engaged Geier Brown Renfrow Architects to collaborate with the college to develop a campus master plan. Building on the college’s strategic vision, the campus planning process began with the analysis of existing campus systems and defining our facilities needs.
Following months of broad-based conversations with MBC faculty, staff, and students, consensus was reached and the campus master plan was crafted. The document provides a flexible framework for ensuring that the MBC campus supports academic excellence, personal transformation, and a rich and inclusive community. It was accepted and endorsed by the Board of Trustees on February 3, 2006. Transforming Our Environment 1842–2042 balances practical realities with a compelling vision for the future.
All documents are in the Adobe PDF format.
- Campus Vision
- Campus and Building Use
- Vehicular Circulation and Parking
- Pedestrian Environment
- Next Steps