Near-Term Central Space Planning virtual feedback opportunity

On May 1, the Near-Term Central Space Planning Committee and Ayers Saint Gross held an Open House to hear Wake Forest faculty, staff and students’ thoughts on priorities for outdoor spaces, study spaces, learning spaces, collaborative spaces, desired look and feel, and amenities.

More than 100 members of the Wake Forest community took advantage of the opportunity, and the committee and ASG were able to gather valuable thoughts and feedback. To broaden this effort, the Near-Term Space Planning Committee has launched a virtual feedback opportunity that mirrors the experience of the in-person open house. Faculty, staff and students are invited to participate through Friday, June 14.

Like the open house, this exercise is designed to help the committee identify:

  • What kind of academic space supports your students’ learning?
  • What kind of space supports research and creative work?
  • How can our spaces – especially our student support, common, dining and gathering spaces – facilitate community?
  • What is important about our outdoor spaces?
  • What else do we need to think about?

Please be aware that decisions have not yet been made about who is moving, when and where. Instead, this exercise is an opportunity for our community to provide general input that will be taken into consideration during the design phase.

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