Floor Plans

Proposed Neighborhood Locations for the Downtown Campus Center


Floor 1

Neighborhood D -


University Communications

Neighborhood C -

Development and Alumni Relations

Office of Governmental Relations

Neighborhood K -

Physical Operations

Planning and Development

Business and Financial Strategic Initiatives

Office of Planning and Budget

Floor 2

Neighborhood A -

Office of Information Technology

Neighborhood B -

Office of Information Technology

Institutional Research and Decision Support

Neighborhood G -

Administrative Coordination Team


Neighborhood H -


Floor 3

Neighborhood F -

Human Resources

Neighborhood E -

Central Payroll Services


Internal Audit

Title IX

Neighborhood I -  

Business and Financial Service

Financial Management and Control 

General Accounting

Student Business Services

Neighborhood J -

Treasury, Banking, and Cashiering Services

Executive Support Team

Research Accounting Services

Research Administration

Research Compliance and Integrity

Division of Finance

Floor 1 

Floor 2

Floor 3


Overview: Business and Financial Strategic Initiatives completed a series of leadership level interviews to discuss scenarios for neighborhood building locations. “Neighborhood” is being defined as two (2) or more co-located departments.

The neighborhood location draft is intended to determine which departments will be co-located and the location those neighborhoods will be occupy in the DCC. Desk and furniture layouts and/or assignments will be determined at the neighborhood level through a series of workshops being planned for summer 2016.

Method: Adjacency and building location were determined based on stakeholder input, transition readiness assessment survey data, and strategic organizational development opportunities identified by leadership.

Occupancy: Maximum occupancy rate for each neighborhood was based on an estimated 30 FTE per neighborhood. Current staff counts were used to determine the occupancy rate for the model.

Vacancy: Vacancy for each department was an important consideration for future FTE growth, as well as providing potential room for departments that are still transitioning to a paperless environment (and will need file storage) or have unique space needs. Vacancy is reflected on the floor plans as Current Occupancy -30 (maximum occupancy). This space has been intentionally built into the neighborhood designs, rather than leaving an entire floor or area un-occupied when the building opens. "