Campus Update Plan
Culminating two years of planning, Concordia University Irvine’s proposed campus update plan is the result of a concerted effort to identify the highest priorities for campus improvements and to use our existing space most effectively.
The campus update plan seeks to improve the educational experience for Concordia University Irvine students, preserve the park-like campus environment and improve parking and circulation to benefit the campus and its neighbors. The plan proposes to replace several aging buildings on campus with state-of-the art academic facilities, as well as creating new sports venues and parking.
Founded in 1972, Concordia University Irvine constructed its last new building, Grimm Hall, in 2007. Since then, Concordia University Irvine has steadily expanded its programs, including an increasing emphasis on offsite and online education for graduate and adult degree students.
The campus update plan will bring the University to a new level of excellence, enhancing the institution’s ability to serve the community and extend its reach off campus to offer a Lutheran Christian university experience both regionally and internationally. The campus update press release provides additional detail.
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