ODU Board Of Visitors Weighs Campus Master Plan

Tuesday, January 29, 2013
There was no shortage of suggestions when Old Dominion University's Board of Visitors was asked to weigh in Thursday on efforts to revise the campus master plan. Figure out how to develop the university's limited acreage on the Elizabeth River so that it's more prominent, board member J. William Cofer said. Develop architectural standards that will give university buildings a similar appearance, Pamela C. Kirk said. Jeff Ainslie, who heads a Virginia Beach homebuilding company, suggested superimposing a vision of what the campus would look like if the university started from scratch. "Let's dream what we really want and see how much" the school can afford, he said.

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