Campus Facilities Master Plan Update
Established in 1925, Independence Community College has a rich history of serving students in the Southeast region of Kansas. In 1967, the College separated from the Independence School District and moved to a 68-acre campus that previously served as the Independence Country Club.
Every 10 years, the College works with a team of planning consultants and the campus community to update the College’s Facilities Master Plan. ICC’s Facilities Master Plan serves as a tool to help establish the guiding framework that will help the campus plan for orderly growth and development, while retaining the historic charm and landscapes that have served the campus for over 50 years. The Campus Facilities Master Plan is consistent with and support the College’s current mission, vision, and strategic plan.
Independence Community College is more than a collection of classrooms, meeting spaces, and offices. Our facilities master plan is a working document that will require consistent evaluation and periodic updates. Furthermore, though the goals of the plan have timetables to encourage their achievement, the plan is not tied to a commitment to a specific timetable for funding or completion of projects. That occurs as part of the capital budgeting process.
ICC – Master Plan Booklet
Past Campus Facilities Master Plans
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