Campus Master Plan
The campus master plan provides a physical framework of the University’s main campus to accommodate growth and change over the next ten to twenty years. The CSU mandates that all campuses have a master plan to guide growth and development. The CSU Board of Trustees reviews and approves campus master plans. Campus master plans may be amended as needed, with approval of the Board of Trustees.
Cal State Fullerton last amended its master plan in 2003. Enrollment capacity was increased from 20,000 full time equivalent (FTE) students to 25,000 FTE. Minor master plan adjustments may be made as needed, with the concurrence of the CSU Chancellor’s Office. Major master plan amendments may be undertaken on a five to ten year cycle, or if the campus’s enrollment capacity needs to be increased.