Earlier today, ANC 2E released the revised 2010 Campus Plan. The move follows yesterday afternoon’s jubilant announcement of a finalized plan, along with the creation of a new Georgetown Community Partnership between the university and its neighbors. It also comes in advance of a special public meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 14 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the proposed revisions.
One of the biggest revelations of the 10-year plan is that, well, it’s no longer a 10-year plan. Instead, the plan runs for seven years, beginning retroactively on January 1, 2011 and ending on December 31, 2017. During that time frame, both sides hope to reach a consensus on a new plan that will hold for 20 years thereafter.
- Students living in Magis Row townhouses will move on campus by Fall 2013. These residences will become faculty and staff housing.
- Off-campus living to be treated as a “privilege, not a right.”
- An additional 450 beds will be added on campus.
- Undergraduate enrollment will remain capped at 6,675.
- By Fall of 2025, 90 percent of students will live on campus.
- Georgetown agrees to discourage students from bringing cars to campus.
Full PDFs of both documents are after the jump. Look for more analysis from Vox on the plan’s consequences later this evening.