2008 Educational Plant Survey - Phase Three

The College is preparing for the development of Phase III of our physical plant, a project expected to receive initial funding during the 2009-2010 fiscal year. In preparation for that project, the two Universities prepared the following Survey.

The Educational Plant Survey process is required by Florida Statutes of all public educational entities. For the State University System it is a requirement that at a minimum of every five (5) years, each university report on the use of its existing facilities and project its future facility needs five (5) years out. This projection is based on data on existing facilities and a projection of future needs based on anticipated university growth. The results are published in a document, which is the Educational Plant Survey Report. This report is approved by the university's Board of Trustees prior to being transmitted to the Board of Governors for their approval.


Table of Contents (List of Tables & Survey Team Members)

  1. Introduction
    • Definitions and Requirements for Educational Plant Survey
    • The Purpose of the Educational Plant Survey
    • Types of Facilities Addressed in Survey
  2. Overview of the Survey Process
  3. The Facilities Inventory Validation
    • The Purpose of Validation Sampling Technique
    • Functions of Survey Team During Validation
    • The Resulting Adjusted Inventory Data
  4. The Space Needs Assessment
    • Objective Types of Recommendations Space Needs Formula
  5. Overview of the University and Campus Maps
    • Vision, Mission, and Goals Overview of Organization University Owned Sites
  6. Academic Degree Programs of the University
  7. Analysis of Student Enrollment
  8. Inventory of Existing Sited and Buildings
  9. Quantitative (Formula) Space Needs
  10. Recommendations of Survey Team
  11. Funding of Capital Projects

Download the complete report of the 2008 Survey