Master Planning Principles

To guide the development of the university's master plan, the university has developed a series of planning principles for decision-making around future projects. These principles reflect the overall vision for the future of campus, to create physical spaces that support future academic programs and a vibrant living and learning campus. 

Georgetown University's master planning principles include:

• Introduce new, high-quality green spaces and expand existing ones

• Organize strategic growth consistent with campus districts / typology

• Continue to develop a more residential living and learning community

• Create a pedestrian-friendly campus

• Improve transportation modes and means into campus
 
• Resolve issue of the use of Kober-Cogan site and surrounding grounds, consistent with the university and Medstar’s planning principles
 
• Address deferred infrastructure maintenance needs

• Establish an effective, efficient clinical footprint to address Georgetown’s academic and medical mission