Campus Master Plan
OSU Institute of Technology is poised for expansion, and we are excited to share a
"road map" for the next quarter century.
The state’s only university of applied technology, OSUIT offers unique programs and
services responding to industry need and economic indicators. The resulting plan takes
into account the growing demand for a skilled and highly-educated workforce as we
continue to fill the skills gap, one graduate at a time.
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The extended executive summary of the Master Plan offers an in-depth look at the
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The growth of OSUIT’s programs means instructional spaces must be realigned or re-imagined,
and in many cases, redesigned to accommodate future enrollment and industry needs.
The OSUIT Campus Master Plan provides a road map for how to navigate the future of
the institution and its unique programs and services.
While the plan includes campus beautification projects— additional water features,
an expanded trail system and revamped entrances— its primary focus is on the development
of facilities to meet increasing industry demand.
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South Entry – 4th Street
Over the last 12 months, OSU Institute of Technology engaged in a discovery process
with key stakeholder groups— administrators; faculty and staff; community leaders;
industry partners; and alumni and students— to lay the groundwork for our campus’s
future. The overall goal of the Master Plan is to unify and expand the programs in
a comprehensive way to form a complete professional campus yet retaining a neighborhood
feel and understanding of each program neighborhood.
The formal, central Technology Mall provides internal access as well as organizing
the programs within the campus in order to maximize the interaction between instructional
programs, as well as with the Okmulgee community and all other points.
East Entry – Loop 56
Emphasizing pedestrian orientation between the instructional buildings, these areas
are clustered around the southern end of the new Technology Mall, pushing vehicular
traffic to the perimeter. The central campus area comprises high visibility programs
and buildings, allowing maximum public interaction with the culinary program, a possible
Hotel, a large event center, and access to the Learning Resource Center.
The northern portion of the campus is an ideal location for the large-scale technical
programs, anchored by the automotive programs, centered around the Automotive Center
The overall feel of the new buildings and landscape should have a feeling of Technology,
integrating clean lines, flexible configurations, and with sustainable maintenance,
while providing a clear evolution from the history of the campus.
The vision of the campus looks toward a technical future that can adapt and achieve
ever-changing progress, while preserving roots in OSUIT’s heritage.
Academic School & Program Locations
New Program Locations
Proposed future sites for OSUIT programs and schools
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Legend | Program Locations
- T1 Collision
- T2 New Program
- T3 Automotive Center
- T4 Diesel & Heavy Equip.
- T5 Chesapeake Energy Center
- T6 High Voltage
- T7 Pipeline Tech Yard
- T8 Energy Tech
- T9 Construction Tech
- T10 New Program
- T11 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
- T12 Reynolds Tech Center
- T13 Health Science
- T14 Visual Communications
- T15 Information Tech
- T16 Culinary Arts
- A1 Noble Tech Center
- A2 Civil & Drafting
- A3 Sciences
- A4 Learning Resource Center
- S1 Motor Pool
- S2 Physical Plant
- S3 Student Union
- S4 Administration
- S5 International Center
- S6 Transitional
- R1 Campus Hotel
- R2 Miller-Kamm
- R3 Alexander Halls
- R4 New Housing
- R5 New Housing
- R6 Lackey Hall
- P1 Events Center
- P2 Covelle Hall Fitness Center
- P3 Police & Fire
- P4 Daycare Center
- P5 Campus Hotel
- P6 CNG Station
New vs. Existing Buildings
New Buildings vs. Existing Buildings
Current facilities on the OSUIT campus and proposed new buildings
Legend | New vs. Existing
- New Proposed Buildings
- Existing Buildings
OSUIT Presidential Advisory Board
- Dr. Bill R. Path, President/Provost
- Dr. Linda Avant, Executive Vice President (Retired 2014)
- Ina Agnew, Vice President of Student Services
- Anita Gordy-Watkins, Vice President of Institutional Advancement
(Current Executive Vice President)
- Dr. Greg Mosier, Vice President of Academic Affairs
- Jim Smith, Vice President of Fiscal Services
- Mark Pitcher, Director, Physical Plant Administration
We would like to express our appreciation to all the faculty and staff, Advisory Committee
members, and community members, who provided valuable input into this project.
- D. Bruce Henley, AIA, LEED AP, DBIA, Principal in Charge
- Jonathan Crump, AIA, LEED AP, Campus Planner, Design Director
- Vic Thompson, Assoc-AIA, Design Lead
- Dominic J. Spadfore, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB, RId, Project Manager
Howell & Vancuren, Inc.
- Joe Howell, RLA, ASLA, Principal in Charge
- Jeff Smith, RLA, ASLA
- Frank Markley, MBA, PhD, Assoc. Principal
- Shuli Steel, LEED AP BD+C, Associate
- Andrew Rexford, Planning Specialist
Traffic Engineering, Inc.
Giving to OSUIT
One of the first steps in turning the campus master plan into a reality is to secure
funding for projects covering all divisions, programs and offices at OSU Institute
It will take efforts from public and private sources to move the campus master plan
forward into the next two decades.
To support master plan projects, contact Mae Bartel, associate director of development
with the Oklahoma State University Foundation.