Joliet Junior College’s master plan development began in 2007. Since then, it has evolved into a comprehensive plan that details the current and future physical needs of the college.
Developed by architects and engineers in conjunction with campus and community representatives, the master plan is updated every five years as required by the Illinois Community College Board.
JJC, the nation's first public community college, is committed to being a leader in teaching and learning while providing programs and training to address critical job shortages. The college's master plan steering committee has worked diligently since January 2007 to assess JJC's physical learning environment and create a vision for the future of the college.
Throughout the process, the college has collaborated with Legat Architects to assess space and facility needs to design a plan that encompasses 750,000 square feet of facilities and 463 acres of land. The college community has been a vital part of the process providing valuable feedback that has helped JJC create the plan.
The new master plan will be referenced and updated as the college continues to build on its more than 100 years of tradition and excellence in education.
Take a look at what changes can be expected to come our way by downloading one of these documents: