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					Campus Master Plan
Bethany College
Bethany, WV
Letter from the President




I came to Bethany College in 2007, anxious to work      the clear choice. Their process was also the best
with new colleagues at an institution with a distin-    possible fit for modeling consensual, participatory
guished history and distinctive set of academic         planning processes and objective decision-mak-
traditions. These qualities create an identity for      ing.
Bethany College that provides a foundation for the
future.                                                 The campus master plan described in this docu-
                                                        ment is an ambitious undertaking for Bethany Col-
One of my primary goals was to establish on cam-        lege. It is a necessary vision of the future we must
pus a “culture of planning” whereby decisions are       embrace as we build on the strengths we must pre-
made from a broad institutional perspective, us-        serve: history, identity, tradition, and a unique total
ing a set of objective and shared criteria, and re-     student experience. I am both pleased with and
lying on transparent and collegial processes. As        proud of the participation from the campus com-
an early step, the Board of Trustees commissioned       munity: students, faculty, and staff. I am grateful
a comprehensive institutional review that resulted      for the advice and counsel of the Board of Trustees.
in 136 recommendations ranging from specific            And I am especially impressed by the leadership of
academic programs to general education require-         the Campus Master Plan Committee, whose mem-
ments, from enrollment and tuition goals to larger      bers provided the oversight, guidance, and energy
community relations goals, and from organization-       for this effort.
al strategies to marketing advice. This Institutional
Review also confirmed my own suspicions that            This campus master plan provides the institution
Bethany College needed a new campus master              both direction and context for decisions about our
plan (including a corrective maintenance plan) so       physical surroundings. It is our obligation to this
that its strengths and vision could find expression     institution to keep that firmly in mind but to also
in its physical form.                                   remain open to new opportunities that will allow
                                                        us to continue to be A Small Institution of National
I welcomed the opportunity to invite to our campus      Distinction.
community Performa Higher Education, the master
planning firm I have the most experience with and
confidence in. Performa’s reputation and experi-        Sincerely,
ence with colleges just like Bethany, members of        Scott D. Miller, President of the College
the Council of Independent Colleges, made them          Bethany College



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                                   •	 Scott D. Miller
Bethany College Campus Master         President of the College
Planning Committee                 •	 William Kiefer
                                      Executive Vice President and General Counsel
                                   •	 Darin Fields
                                      Vice President for Academic Affairs
                                   •	 Sven de Jong
                                      Vice President for Advancement
                                   •	 Stephanie Kappel
                                      Executive Assistant to the President
                                   •	 Gary Kappel
                                      Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs &
                                      Director of Institutional Effectiveness
                                   •	 Elizabeth de Jong
                                      Dean of Students
                                   •	 Kathy Shelek-Furbee
                                      Professor and Chair of Social Work
                                   •	 Mark Affeltranger
                                      Assistant Professor of Psychology
                                   •	 Tim Weaver
                                      Director of Athletics and Recreation
                                   •	 Ted Williams
                                      Director of the Physical Plant
                                   •	 Lindsay Sobotka
                                      Student, Class of 2011
                                   •	 Chris Smurthwaite
                                      Student, Class of 2011
                                   •	 Gary Novak
                                      Member of the Board of Trustees
                                   •	 Jason Haswell
                                      Alumnus

                                   •	   Gregory B. Jordan, Chair
The Board of Trustees of Bethany   •	   Scott D. Miller, President of the College
College                            •	   Robert J. McCann, Vice Chair
                                   •	   George M. Davis, Treasurer
                                   •	   Janet A. Long, Secretary
                                   •	   William B. Allen
                                   •	   Elizabeth S. Athol
                                   •	   George M. Bado
                                   •	   Marc B. Chernenko
                                   •	   Neil Christman
                                   •	   Richard G. Clancy
                                   •	   W. Darwin Collins
                                   •	   James F. Companion
                                   •	   Fred M. Harris
                                   •	   Sy Holzer
                                   •	   Scarlett L. Foster
                                   •	             .
                                        Thomas P Johnson, Jr.
                                   •	   Arthur B. Keys, Jr.
                                   •	   Linda A. Lewis
                                   •	   Eugene Miller
                                   •	   John W. Mullen
                                   •	   Gary M. Novak
                                   •	   G. Ogden Nutting
                                   •	   Robert Nutting
                                   •	   Edward J. See
                                   •	   Thomas A. Smock
                                   •	          .
                                        Lewis P Wheeler


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                                Bethany College Mission

 Teaching and learning form the mission of Bethany College. Central to this broad purpose
is providing a liberal arts education for students, including the preparation of professionals,
                         in an atmosphere of study, work, and service.


                                Bethany College Values

Bethany College is an academic community founded on the close interaction between stu-
dents and faculty in the educational process. Bethany College values intellectual rigor and
 freedom, diversity of thought and lifestyle, personal growth within a community context,
      and responsible engagement with public issues. Its programs are designed to

      •	 engage	the	mind	through	emphasis	on	discipline	in	thinking,	motivation	in	the	
search for knowledge, and acquisition of the intellectual resources for a lifetime of learning
      •	embolden	the	spirit	through	the	opportunity	for	intellectual	challenge,	collaborative	
enterprise, athletic competition, artistic expression, personal growth, and meaningful work
      •	 enlarge	the	world	through	exposure	to	the	abundant	diversity	of	thought	and	life-
 style of the human community, support for personal engagement with societies and cul-
                 tures different from one's own, and commitment to service.




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                                                                          Bethany College Campus Master Plan
                                                                                                          Campus Center
LEGEND                                      11   Campbell Village 2                             23 Old Main                                       36   Hurl Education Center                     48   New Housing Phase 1
                                            12   Campbell Village 4                             24 Kirkpatrick Hall                               37   Delta Tau Delta Founders House            49   New Housing Phase 2
EXISTING                                    13   Campbell Village 3                             25 Grace Phillips Johnson Visual Arts             38   Beta Theta Pi                             50   New Greek Hill Housing
1 Harder Hall                               14   Cummins Community Center                          Center                                         39   Sigma Nu                                  51   Fitness Center
2 Gresham Inn                               15   Robert C. Byrd Health and Wellness             26 Steinman Fine Arts Center                      40   Kappa Alpha Order                         52   Village Bistro/Dining
3 Mountainside Conference Center                 Center                                         27 Christman Manor at Pendleton Heights           41   Mahaffey House and Hummel Cottage         53   Village Hall
4 Highland Hearth                           16   Outdoor Classroom                              28 Cramblet Hall                                  42   Faculty Apartments                        54   Village Market/Bookstore
5 Thomas Phillips Johnson Recreation        17   Amphitheater                                   29 Oglebay Gates                                  43   Garden Center                             55   New Hall of Science
   Center                                   18   T.W. Phillips Memorial Library/Mary Cut-       30 Cochran Hall                                   44   Hibernia House                            56   College Green
6 Hummel Field House                             lip Center for Library and Technology          31 Benedum Commons                                45   Bethany Baseball Field                    57   East Athletics and Recreation Complex
7 Bison Stadium                             19   Morlan Hall                                    32 Bethany House                                  46   Cunningham Soccer Complex                 58   Turf Gym
8 Bison Field                               20   Harlan Hall                                    33 Campbell Hall                                                                                 59   Field Storage
9 Softball Field                            21   Phillips Hall                                  34 Bethany Memorial Church                        PROPOSED                                       60   Mary Ewing Tennis Center
10 Campbell Village 1                       22   Commencement Hall                              35 Erickson Alumni Center                         47 Athletics Storage

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Table of Contents
The Campus Master Plan.................................8

Background and Context................................14

Institutional Goals and Needs........................17

Conclusion......................................................26

Attachments....................................................27
   Campus Master Plan and Outlying Facilities
   Campus Master Plan Scope of Work
   Project Descriptions
   Project List and Cost Estimate Ranges
   Phase 1 Projects: Sequence and Schedule
   Financial Model and Funding Sources

Appendices.....................................................35
  Vision Report
  Campus Opportunity Assessment
  Instructional Space Analysis
  Space Analysis and Projections
  Scenario Development Report
  Low-Cost, High-Impact Projects
  Corrective Maintenance Plan




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The Campus Master Plan
Critical Projects

Not every space problem requires a new campus              Projects are categorized in relation to a “concep-
master plan. But a new vision, plans for growth            tual master plan” that addresses the long-term
and expansion, and time alone can create uncer-            health of the institution: core strength, flexibility,
tainty that campus master planning can address.            and endurance (see page 19).
The campus master plan identifies projects that will
close the gaps between where Bethany College is
today and where it would like to be in the future.

Recommended Core Strength Initiatives

  1. Complete corrective maintenance and resto-            Core Strength
     ration of Old Main.
  2. Complete corrective maintenance and resto-            •	 Strengthen the welcome experience and his-
     ration of Bethany House.                                 torical front door
  3. First priority corrective maintenance items on        •	 Create new student - faculty interaction spac-
     Commencement Hall.                                       es
  4. College Street renovation (new brick pavers,          •	 Upgrade traditional residence hall experi-
     curbs and ramps), and new landscaping and                ences
     up-lighting for Oglebay Gates.
  5. Complete corrective maintenance and minor
     remodeling to create student: faculty interac-
     tion spaces in Morlan Hall.
  6. Complete corrective maintenance, new fin-
     ishes of Harlan Hall and complete corrective
     maintenance of Phillips Hall.




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                                                   Recommended Flexibility Initiatives

Flexibility                                            1. Demo tennis courts and Coal Bowl parking.
                                                       2. Construct parking, tennis courts, storage
•	 Add new contemporary suite style student               building and new practice fields at soccer
   housing (two phases)                                   complex.
•	 Create The Village at Bethany College, to ad-       3. Construct a new fitness center (Village Fit)
   dress dining, retail, and walkability                  attached to Health Center in The Village site
                                                          (using existing locker space).
                                                       4. Demo Goodnight and Woolery.
                                                       5. Construct 4 units (456 beds) of new housing
                                                          at current site of Goodnight and Woolery and
                                                          above Campbell Village.
                                                       6. Construct new dining (Village Bistro),
                                                          bookstore/c-store (Village Market), and stu-
                                                          dent life offices (Village Square) in The Vil-
                                                          lage (phased if necessary, with careful atten-
                                                          tion to scale).




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Recommended Endurance Initiatives                         Endurance

 1. Replace existing Greek Hill housing with 9            •	 Complete housing initiatives
     units of 20 beds                                     •	 Create Welcome Center at front door nearer
 2. Create new student housing in Erickson (23               the start of the tour
     beds)                                                •	 Relocate and combine public functions for
 3. Relocate Institutional Advancement, Er-                  exposure, access, and efficiency
     ickson Alumni Center, Church Relations to            •	 Create new contemporary learning environ-
     Bethany House                                           ments
 4. Relocate admissions, financial aid, registrar,        •	 Reclaim the historic green and create Buffalo
     student billing, and all business office func-          Creek access and trail
     tions to Benedum/Bethany
 5. Relocate archives to Benedum Commons
 6. Construct Hurl access trail and parking
 7. Construct indoor field turf gym at soccer
     complex and office addition to field house if
     warranted
 8. Create learning commons focusing on semi-
     private group study spaces in library.
 9. Create Student Success center in Cramblet
     to include new studio style classrooms, in-
     terview rooms, and Career office on first and
     third floor.
 10. Demo Richardson.
 11. Re-establish one traditional campus green
     space and eliminate pedestrian and vehicle
     conflicts.



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                                                        12. Construct science lab/classroom addition to
                                                            Morlan.
                                                        13. Renovate stadium to include new bleachers,
                                                            new press box, football and soccer lockers
                                                            and offices, and storage.
                                                        14. Create trails and access for use of Buffalo
                                                            Creek (not shown).

                                                      Prioritizing Projects

                                                      In order to establish project priorities, the Campus
                                                      Master Plan Committee developed a list of five
                                                      decision drivers, or institutional imperatives, that
                                                      would help them decide among options, that are
                                                      tied to strategic plans or strategic initiatives, that
                                                      reflected the vision and opportunities identified
                                                      in the environmental scans, and that were institu-
                                                      tional in nature rather than individual or department
                                                      driven. These imperatives were then weighted by
                                                      the Committee based on a total of 100 percentage
                                                      points.

                                                             Institutional Imperatives and Weights

                                                       Take better care of the historic treasure that is Bethany
                                                          College—infrastructure, access, and climate con-
                                                              trol, especially in learning spaces. (40%)

                                                        Create facilities and programs to recruit and retain the
Institutional imperatives (or decision drivers) al-       contemporary student: recreation, athletic, student
low the college to base decisions about projects                           life, programs (20%)
and priorities on institutional concerns and stra-
tegic directions rather than individual or depart-       Create contemporary residence life spaces. (20%)
ment wish lists.
                                                         Upgrade instrumentation campus-wide: classroom
                                                           technology, more modern labs, wireless. (15%)

                                                         Use existing spaces and properties efficiently. (5%)


                                                      A detailed list of projects was developed and each
                                                      member of the Committee was asked to rate how
                                                      well each project supported each imperative on a
                                                      scale of 1 to 5.

                                                      Phase 1 Action Plan

Phase 1 projects are not always the highest prior-    Recommendations for the first phase of projects
ity projects. Natural sequencing and scheduling,      combine foundational projects; low-cost, high-
resource allocation strategies, and code require-     impact work that can be undertaken immediately;
ments (e.g., parking) also play a role in determin-   strategic corrective maintenance activities; high
ing what projects should be completed first.          priority projects as determined by the method de-
                                                      scribed above; ten-year resource allocation model-
                                                      ing; and the natural sequencing and scheduling of
                                                      projects.


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Foundational projects completed include the
new field turf, track and lights at Bison Stadium;
new fields, fencing, and backstop at the softball
diamond; an addition to the football locker room;
the construction of Boomers as an alternative din-
ing option; renovation of the Cummins Community
Center for student fitness; the creation of the Judith
R. Hurl Education Center; renovation of Christman
Manor at Pendleton Heights; and the forthcoming
conversion of Cochran Hall into student suites.

Low-cost, high-impact work recommended to
the college includes highlighting connections be-        Low-cost, high-impact projects are intended to
tween the college and the Upper Ohio River Valley        create a better first impression and to build mo-
on the college web site; adding signage at critical      mentum for larger master plan projects.
intersections, especially at the Chernenko Bridge
in Wellsburg; landscaping around utilities and ser-
vice areas; conducting an annual admissions tour
audit and clean-up; replacing the temporary ramp
at the front entrance to Cramblet Hall; and creating
student programming space in Renner Too in the
basement of Phillips Hall.

The corrective maintenance plan identifies need-
ed work at four priority levels. Descriptions of each
level and the estimate of work needed at Bethany
College are included in the table below.
   Corrective Maintenance          Estimated Cost        Corrective maintenance items range from sys-
 Priority A: Systems have            $9.6 million        tems that are already failing to upgrades required
 failed                                                  at the time of renovation. (Estimates based on
                                                         R.S. Means.)
 Priority B: Systems are near        $4.7 million
 failure
 Priority C: Failure not immi-       $2.6 million
 nent but repair needed
 Priority D: Long-range issue        $5.4 million
 or upgrade needed
 Total                              $22.3 million


The imperative to “take better care of the historic
treasure that is Bethany College” demands at-            The phase 1 action plan should balance existing
tention to corrective maintenance. This must be          needs with new construction, identify ongoing
weighed against other imperatives: the action            sources of corrective maintenance funding, and
plan considers funding sources, corrective main-         use gifts and debt strategically.
tenance vs renovation, and the need to complete
projects that will support growth. The phase 1 ac-
tion plan comprises 11 steps in six years.

Within the next two to three years, foundational
projects are to be completed at the Hurl Center
and Cochran Hall and campus technology im-



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                                                             provements are to be implemented. A campus
                                                             site survey and site plan should be completed to
                                                             provide base knowledge for future projects and to
                                                             address existing accessibility issues.

Corrective maintenance on Old Main, Com-                     Corrective maintenance issues are addressed in
mencement Hall and Phillips Hall target spaces               strategic locations – Old Main, Commencement
primarily used by students.                                  Hall, and Phillips Hall. The former have obvious
                                                             symbolic value to the college and classrooms in
                                                             Old Main are badly in need of renovation. Reno-
                                                             vating Phillips Hall will maintain it as an attractive
                                                             traditional residence option.

                                                             Additions to student housing – the replacement of
                                                             Goodnight and Woolery – are essential if the col-
                                                             lege’s enrollment is to increase. Combined with
                                                             72 beds in Cochran Hall, this step will provide 236
                                                             new beds for residence life. Using gifts to build
                                                             student housing debt free creates “a gift that keeps
                                                             on giving”, adding millions of dollars to the operat-
The first phase of new housing could yield $12
                                                             ing budget over one or two decades. A portion
million in surplus revenue over 20 years if financ-
                                                             of operating surpluses can then be used to fund
ing is not needed.
                                                             corrective maintenance projects and remaining
                                                             surpluses accumulated to create a fund for larger
                                                             projects.

                                                             Finally, increases in enrollment, faculty, and staff
                                                             will require additional parking. Expansion of the
                                                             Phillips/Cramblet lot and a new remote lot near the
                                                             soccer complex are intended to meet those needs
                                                             in this phase.



                 Phase 1 Action Plan: Projects by Funding Source and Year
 Hurl path, lighting, parking                                              Gift/Town of Bethany         2008-09
 Campus-wide technology                                 $4.5 million                 Gift               2009-12
 Site survey and plan                                  $85-100,000          Operating surplus           2009-10
 Cochran Suites                                          $5 million                  Gift               2010-11
 Old Main/Commencement Exterior                        $2.5-3 million               Debt                2010-11
 New housing and site work at Goodnight                 $11 million                  Gift               2011-12
 Old Main restoration and air conditioning               $5 million                  Gift               2012-13
 Phillips Hall renovation, air conditioning,             $3 million                 Debt                2012-13
 and parking
 Phillips Hall contingency                               $1 million         Operating surplus           2012-13
 New housing at Woolery                                  $7 million                  Gift               2013-14
 Soccer complex parking                                  $700,000           Operating surplus           2013-14
Cost ranges are for planning only and are inflated to the time of construction. See attachments for details and
sources.



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                             Phase 1
            2       7       Action Plan
                                    LEGEND


                        FOUNDATIONAL PROJECTS
                        1 Phase 1 Housing Suites: Co-
                          chran Hall
                        2 Hurl Education Center pathway,
                          lighting, and parking (inset)
                        3 Campuswide technology up-
                          grades (not shown)


                        PHASE 1 ACTION PLAN
                        4 Old Main corrective mainte-
                          nance, climate control, and
5                         upgrades; Commencement
                          corrective maintenance
                        5 Phase 1 Housing Suites:
                          Goodnight and Woolery re-
                          placements
                        6 Phillips Hall corrective main-
                          tenance, climate control, up-
                          grades, and parking
                        7 Soccer complex parking (inset)
                        9 Site survey and plan (not
        4                 shown)




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                                                               Background and Context
                                                 Not every space problem requires a new campus
                                                 master plan. But a new vision, plans for growth
                                                 and expansion, and time alone can create uncer-
                                                 tainty that campus master planning can address.
                                                 The Bethany College Campus Master Planning
                                                 Committee provided a number of answers to the
                                                 critical question, “Why plan, why now?”

The Campus Master Planning Committee estab-         •	 To prepare a road map to where the in-
lished the project vision and goals.                   stitution wants to go.
                                                    •	 To anticipate proactively long range
                                                       needs and help to meet current needs.
                                                    •	 To support the College’s efforts to in-
                                                       crease on-campus enrollment to 1000
                                                       by fall of 2010.
                                                    •	 To prepare for sustainable future growth,
                                                       potentially to 1100 students, 1025 of
                                                       whom live on campus.
                                                    •	 To ensure that dollars are spent wisely.
                                                    •	 To assist in the accreditation process.
                                                    •	 To help create a planning culture based
                                                       on maintaining the authenticity of the
                                                       college while guiding the campus com-
                                                       munity to embrace the future as exciting.
                                                    •	 To address the needs of both the aca-
                                                       demic and co-curricular environments
                                                       now and in the future.
                                                    •	 To create a 21st century campus (bring
                                                       the old up to par with the new).
                                                    •	 To create an engaging environment that
                                                       builds community.
                                                    •	 To ensure the campus form embraces
                                                       the vision and mission of Bethany Col-
                                                       lege.
                                                    •	 To build on the place-based identity of
                                                       the college.

                                                 Establishing Consensus

                                                 Much of the master planning process focused on
                                                 identifying potential planning themes and issues
                                                 and then establishing consensus using participa-
                                                 tory workshops.

First impressions connect campus identity, at-   First impressions helped form the foundation of
tachment, engagement, and transformations.       these themes and issues. The Performa Higher
                                                 Education team found an institution that was rich in
                                                 history, traditions, and place-based-identity. That is,
                                                 Bethany’s pedagogical, social, and cultural iden-
                                                 tity was expressed in its location and its historic
                                                 architecture. As is often the case, the institution’s
                                                 strengths betrayed its weaknesses: the physical



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terrain made the campus feel spread out; paths,
streets, and stairs were not always pedestrian
friendly; and historic spaces were not balanced by
contemporary learning and living spaces.

Environmental scan sessions solicited input from       Environmental scans addressed points of pride,
students, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the   brand promise, opportunities, shared vision, and
Board of Trustees regarding institutional points of    physical needs.
pride, brand promise, opportunities, shared vision
for the future, and the physical needs standing in
the way of that vision. These are summarized on
this, the preceding, and the following page.

Finally, both initial impressions and environmental    Performa Higher Education’s campus opportu-
scan results were integrated with the campus op-       nity assessment combines analyses of facilities,
portunity assessment: Performa’s interdisciplin-       site, function, and welcome experience.
ary assessment of site, corrective maintenance,
space use/adjacencies, and functional zones.

The team found that recent enrollment increases
at the college have been accompanied by founda-
tional projects needed to support student life:

   •	 New FieldTurf, track, and lights at Bison         The campus master plan actually begins with
      Stadium;                                          foundational projects planned or under way.
   •	 New field, fencing, and backstop at the
      Softball Diamond;
   •	 An addition to the football locker room;
   •	 The creation of Boomers, a new grill/made-
      to-order dining and hangout option;
   •	 The renovation of the Cummins Community
      Center to establish a 24-hour fitness facility
      in the residence life complex;
   •	 Use of a former community school as the
      new home of the Education program;
   •	 Renovation of the president’s home, Christ-
      man Manor at Pendleton Heights; and
   •	 Plans to convert Cochran Hall into new
      suite-style housing.

Several broad points of consensus arose regard-        Consensus emerged regarding Bethany Col-
ing additional work that would need to be includ-      lege’s unique strengths and challenges.
ed in the master plan, however. These focused
on the finding that Bethany College has a strong
identity and underutilized capacity.

•	 Bethany’s rich architectural history, especial-
   ly iconic features like Old Main and Oglebay
   Gates, is in serious need of repair in order to
   preserve the College’s identity.
•	 While recent efforts have sought to address
   the issue, contemporary student life, student
   residence, and learning environments are still


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                                                         sorely needed.
                                                      •	 Accessibility and walkability are major chal-
                                                         lenges given the hilly location and the conflict
                                                         of vehicles and pedestrians.
                                                      •	 There is no strategic property acquisition or
                                                         disposition plan.

                                                      Conceptual Master Plan

The “conceptual master plan” helps integrate the      This initial appraisal of Bethany College suggested
analyses and the environmental scans and pro-         the need for an overarching planning approach--a
vides general guidance for the planning team –        conceptual master plan--to guide the more detailed
in this case, it represents the college’s “fitness”   work that would follow. In essence, the conceptual
plan.                                                 master plan describes the general steps toward a
                                                      healthier “more fit” institution.

                                                      The first focus is on “core strength” and since
                                                      Bethany’s core lies in its identity and its iconic facil-
                                                      ities, special emphasis needs to be placed on cor-
                                                      rective maintenance in Old Main, Bethany House,
                                                      and Oglebay Gates. Exceptional results on the
                                                      National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
                                                      suggest building on strengths in student:faculty in-
                                                      teraction, as well.

                                                      The second focus is on developing “flexibility”, in
                                                      particular completing those projects that will en-
                                                      hance the College’s ability to meet the needs of
                                                      contemporary students: residence life and student
                                                      life facilities that create engagement, community,
                                                      recruitment and retention.

                                                      The third focus emphasizes actions that Bethany
                                                      should take to address “endurance”--long-term is-
                                                      sues such as more efficient use of spaces, ideal
                                                      adjacencies of campus functions, and re-establish-
                                                      ing green spaces that create opportunities for “in-
                                                      tentional serendipity”--outdoor gathering, play, and
                                                      interaction spaces.




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Institutional Goals and Needs
In order for the campus master plan to act as a
road map to the future, the broad brush strokes
of that future needed to be traced: enrollment
goals, resident student goals, average class size,
student:faculty ratio, potential new programs and
service, and staffing increases. This forecast was
then used to evaluate current and future space
needs, with particular attention to instructional
space needs.

Setting Institutional Goals

In response to the institutional assessment, Presi-        Bethany’s leaders established goals for enroll-
dent Miller and his cabinet identified some of the         ment, resident students, class size, and staffing.
major enrollment and program goals at Bethany
College. Others were clarified as part of the institu-
tional modeling workshops led by Performa.

                         Current      Year       Year
                                       5          10
   Enrollment
    Headcount              925        1250       1500
    FT                     840        1100       1300
  Residents
    Freshmen               281         375       375
    Sophomores             192         300       310
    Juniors                140         210       260
    Seniors                109         190       200
    Total                  722        1075       1145
  Ave. Class Size          14                   18-20
  S:F Ratio               13:1                   15:1
  FT Faculty               63                     80
  PT Faculty               20                     20
  FT Staff                 50                     55


  Potential new academic programs: Criminal Justice,       The impact of new programs on space require-
  Veterinary Science, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master
                                                           ments is a critical component of institutional mod-
  of Fine Arts.
                                                           eling.
  Program enhancements: Economics/Business/Ac-
  counting; Psychology, Social Work, Teacher Educa-
  tion/PhED, Communication, Environmental Science.

  Potential new sports: Men’s and women’s lacrosse,
  field hockey.




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                                                                                                                          General Inventory of Spaces

                                                                                                                          Bethany’s existing spaces are compared to private
                                                                                                                          institutions with less than 2500 students represent-
                                                                                                                          ed in the Society for College and University Plan-
                                                                                                                          ning’s 2007 Campus Facility’s Inventory Report in
                                                                                                                          the table below. (This analysis is used as a starting
                                                                                                                          point rather than as a definitive benchmark.)

                                                                                                                          •	 Bethany currently compares favorably in net
                                                                                                                             assignable square feet per student with these
                                                                                                                             other institutions.
                                                                                                                          •	 There is a deficiency in study space that pri-
                                                                                                                             marily reflects the use of a significant portion of
                                                                                                                             the library for archives.
                                                                                                                          •	 In order to meet its planned growth goals, this
Bethany’s size per student compares favorably                                                                                analysis suggests Bethany will need to add
to survey results, but the college will need more                                                                            at a minimum student study areas, residence
study space and residence halls to meet enroll-                                                                              halls, and some instructional space.
ment goals.




                                                                     Bethany College Space Inventory:
                                                            Comparison to Private Institutions Under 2500 Students

                                                                                                   Fall 2008 Heads               925             Year 5 Heads                1250           Y ear 1 0 Heads              15 00


                                                               Bethany Actual
                                                                              SC UP 200 7 CFI
                                                                   NASF
                                                                               Report (M ean        Bethany NASF/       Bethany @ S CUP              Bethany           Bethany @ SCU P           Bethany            Bethany @ SCUP
USE (FIC M CATEG O R IES)                                                     N ASF/Student)           Student          N ASF/Student              NASF/S tudent       NASF/Student           N ASF/Student         NASF/Student

    100        Classroom s                                               33,799       26                   37                          9,749                     27                 1,299                      23            -5,201
   200a        Class L aboratories                                       27,664       18                   30                       11,014                       22                 5,164                      18                 664
   200b        Open L aboratories                                             0        4                                             -3,700                        0            -5,000                          0            -6,000
   20 0c       Research Laboratories                                          0        9                                             -8,325                        0           -11,250                          0          -13,500
    300        Offices                                                   90,170       52                   97                       42,070                       72             25,170                         60           12,170
      30 0a    A ca de m ic /Facu lty O ffic e sp ace          47,4 48                                                                   0                        0                  0                          0                0
      3 00b    A d m in istratio n /S taff Office s pa ce      42,7 22                                                                   0                        0                  0                          0                0
    400        Stud y facilities                                         14,265       29                   15                      -12,560                       11            -21,985                         10          -29,235
      40 0a    L ib rary                                       12,5 43                                                                   0                        0                  0                          0                0
      4 00e    A ca de m ic S u p po rt & Stu dy L o u ng es   1,72 2                                                                    0                        0                  0                          0                0
   500a        Athletic                                                  55,334       36                   60                       22,034                       44             10,334                         37                1,334
   500b        Special u se                                              32,635       22                   35                       12,285                       26                 5,135                      22                -365
    600        General Use Facilities                                    76,040       40                   82                       39,040                       61             26,040                         51           16,040
      60 0a    G ene ral u se fac ilities                      56,1 72                                                                   0                        0                  0                          0                0
      6 00b    Din ing /K itc hen /S ervery                    17,0 29                                                                   0                        0                  0                          0                0
       600 f   B o oksto re                                    2,83 8                                                                    0                        0                  0                          0                0
   700a        Supp ort facilities                                       10,100       18                   11                        -6,550                        8           -12,400                          7          -16,900
   700b        Central storage                                           20,087        9                   22                       11,762                       16                 8,837                      13                6,587
   70 0c       Veh icular storag e                                            0        1                    0                           -925                       0            -1,250                          0            -1,500
    800        Health care facilities                                     3,866        2                    4                          2,016                       3                1,366                       3                 866
   900a        Stud ent residential                                  169,558         138                  183                       41,908                      136             -2,942                        113          -37,442
   900b        Non -stud ent residen tial                                38,764       11                   42                       28,589                       31             25,014                         26           22,264
    000        In active/alteration                                  23,113            4                   25                      19,413                        18             18,113                         15           17,113
                                                Total               595,395                                                       207,820                                       71,64 5                                    -3 3,105

Com parison uses th e Society for C ollege an d Un iveristy P lann in g, "Ca m pus Fa cilities In ven tory (C FI) 200 7 C FI Report," Table 15




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The Living Environment

The student living environment encompasses resi-
dence halls, dining options, student programming
spaces (both formal scheduled spaces and infor-
mal gathering spaces), and spaces and places for
intramural and recreational opportunities. Growth
in the student body at Bethany College will require
attention to each of these:

•	 Existing residence halls include traditional           Traditional student residence halls need to be
   singles and doubles in need of refurbishment,          upgraded and new contemporary spaces for stu-
   aging “suite” style and Greek housing that is          dent life created adjacent to housing.
   nearing its life expectancy, and newer apart-
   ments that are already showing signs of wear.
•	 The main dining option centers on a tradi-
   tional cafeteria arrangement that is located on
   the opposite side of campus from most of the
   housing--it is literally “over the next hill”. While
   walkable, there is the perception of distance on
   the campus that should be addressed.
•	 There are no quality dedicated student pro-
   gramming spaces and the lack of schedulable
   large venue spaces is a serious limitation.
•	 The field house is used for athletics, intramu-
   rals and recreation and in the late winter-early
   spring is generally not available for casual stu-
   dent use for several weeks as spring season
   field sports train indoors. (Athletics also needs
   additional storage/locker space.)

The Learning Environment

The learning environment includes the formal
scheduled instructional spaces, opportunities for
student:faculty interaction outside of class, and
the inventory of spaces dedicated to student study
(individual and group, quiet and interactive).
Instructional Space Analysis

•	 Detailed analysis of the fall 2008 schedule and        The college currently uses 44 classrooms; with
   the classroom list provided by the registrar           effective scheduling and classroom upgrades
   suggests that Bethany has sufficient class-            (furniture, finishes, and IT), that number should
   rooms for current and projected enrollment             support planned growth. (See table on following
   and for potential new academic programs.               page.)
   One exception is the potential need for a field
   station to support environmental sciences.
•	 The classrooms are generally in need of up-            Classrooms are scheduled throughout the day,
   grades including consistent and standardized           but none is used in excess of 67% of available
   instructional technology and new furniture and         hours. (See chart on following page.)
   finishes.
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New learning spaces in Johnson and Kirkpatrick                                                as well, since it is not uncommon for students
are examples of the contemporary classrooms                                                   to have class with windows open and steam
the college needs. Space for 50-75 students or                                                heat operating at maximum output.
more in a course is also needed.                                                           •	 More contemporary instructional spaces (e.g.,
                                                                                              studio classrooms) are desired to complement
                                                                                              the traditional feel of Old Main.
                                                                                           •	 Instructional spaces for 50-100 in flexible con-
                                                                                              figurations are also needed.
                                                                                           •	 Scheduling software or policies reducing fac-
                                                                                              ulty choice of room and time should be im-
                                                                                              plemented to facilitate scheduling of existing
                                                                                              classrooms and avoid constructing new class-
                                                                                              rooms once instructional technology is univer-
                                                                                              sal.

                                                                                           Student:Faculty Interaction

Interaction between students and faculty is a col-                                         •	 Bethany College’s NSSE results exceed peers,
lege hallmark and needs to be preserved in fu-                                                their Carnegie classification average, and the
ture projects.                                                                                NSSE average and place them near the top
                                                                                              10% nationally in engagement between faculty
                                                                                              and students. It has been something of a tra-
                                                                                              dition and expectation for faculty to invite stu-
                                                                                              dents to their homes.


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                                                                                              50 - 75                         1                      1                           3
                                                                                              76 - 300                       1                       1                           1
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•	 There is a shortage of faculty and staff housing
   in the town of Bethany. Many faculty or staff
   homes and apartments are owned by the col-
   lege, and it is not clear the college can afford
   to continue owning them. Many new faculty
   live closer to Pittsburgh and Wheeling than to
   Bethany. The resulting housing situation chal-
   lenges the institution to continue the tradition
   of student and faculty engagement in campus
   locations.
•	 A large percentage of faculty offices are lo-
   cated in Morlan Hall, a converted residence
   hall. The coffee bar/grab-and-go eatery in the
   lounge is identified by students as a primary
   location for interactions with faculty.
•	 These factors suggest a focus on remodeling
   Morlan Hall to create more intentionally de-
   signed interaction spaces: better designed
   offices, better conference and seminar space,
   and small lounges in each wing on each floor.


Study Spaces


•	 There are a number of student study areas at
   Bethany, including the Academic Resource
   Center, which is a model of contemporary stu-
   dent-student interaction space
•	 None of those locations would be ideal for a         The college has an array of study spaces now,
   small group of students looking for a place to       but relocating archival collections from the library
   complete a group assignment with supported           could yield technology enhanced group spaces.
   technology and whiteboards.
•	 The best location for that activity appears to
   be the library. However, the library is cramped
   and currently has little space for group work.
•	 Relocating some or all of the archives housed
   in the library is a critical next step in creating
   engaging student learning spaces. They are
   not easily accessible and should be housed in
   specially designed archival spaces.

Physical Opportunities and Constraints

The growth of the institution will require consider-
ation of relations with the town, adjacencies of ac-
tivities and functions, and the architecture of any
new facilities.

•	 Bethany College and the Town of Bethany are          The Town of Bethany and Bethany College are in-
   joined at the hip--the town emerged to support       separable; retail demands are unlikely to be met
   the college. However, the town of Bethany            by the town alone.
   lacks the traffic and economic development



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                                                          potential to provide needed retail outlets de-
                                                          sired by students, faculty, and staff.
                                                     •	   Faculty and staff housing in town is lacking; the
                                                          college should seek to dispose of properties
                                                          while assuring affordability.
New projects should also create dynamic student      •	   Plans	 for	 growth	 should	 identify	 major	 zones	
welcome experiences.                                      of activity and locate similar functions in those
                                                          zones. In particular, components of the wel-
                                                          come experience for new students and the
                                                          “business” functions for continuing students
The terrain creates multiple, beautiful views that        should be located together (admissions, finan-
should be preserved by the proper sizing and              cial aid, registrar, student billing).
scaling of new projects.                             •	   The welcome experience should yield a series
                                                          of WOW experiences for new students
                                                     •	   New	construction	should	be	cognizant	of	views	
                                                          and historical structures. New construction
Housing designs scaled properly like those                should take these views into account, should
shown below can preserve the college’s iden-              be appropriately scaled, and should be de-
tity while providing contemporary student living          signed to accentuate historical structures, not
spaces.                                                   overwhelm them.




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Conclusion
The Bethany College Campus Master Plan is in-                                  On behalf of Performa Higher Education, it is our
tended to be the physical response to the college’s                            pleasure to submit this final executive summary of
ongoing planning efforts. This campus master                                   the Bethany College Campus Master Plan. Our
plan is unique to the needs of Bethany College as                              team has a much better understanding of the re-
identified by the President, his Cabinet, and the                              markable affinity the Bethany College community
Board of Trustees (with the assistance of Performa                             feels for its campus, and of the great stewardship
Higher Education). While it is unique, it is also                              demands the community faces. That commitment
based on higher education design standards and                                 is perhaps the most important ingredient to meet-
best practices.                                                                ing the challenges of the future.

Often described as a “road map”, the master plan                               Sincerely,
might also be considered a compass – that is, it
should provide both specific directions and a gen-
eral orientation to the institution’s future. The cam-                         Dean Rodeheaver, Project Manager
pus master plan should be seen as a “living docu-                              Carolyn Glime, Director of Campus Planning
ment”, the specifics of which may change as the                                Patrick Smith, Director of Facility Design
planning context and institutional needs change.                               Amy Schwalbach, Campus Planner
Those necessary changes notwithstanding, Betha-                                Kevin Chevalier, Campus Architect
ny College should remain true to the general orien-                            Terry Higgins, Site Planner
tation described here.                                                         Gus Reed, Site Planner

One of the major strengths of this plan is the pro-
cess used to develop it. First, every effort was
made by the Cabinet and by Performa Higher Edu-
cation to insure that the process was inclusive and
transparent. Second, all constituents were asked
to take an institutional rather than an individual
perspective on the needs of the college. Third,
decisions about projects and priorities were made
objectively and strategically based on key decision
drivers that placed the college’s most important
needs first.




                                            EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ATTACHMENTS

  Bethany College Campus Master Plan Including Outlying Facilities ...................................................27
  Campus Master Plan Scope of Work ....................................................................................................28
  Project Descriptions...........................................................................................................................29-30
  Action and Capital Plan Projects List and Cost Estimate Ranges ...................................................31-32
  Action and Capital Plan Phase 1 Projects: Sequence and Schedule ...................................................33
  Action and Capital Plan Financial Model and Funding Sources.......................................................... 34




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Appendices




       35
            5           Bethany College
                        Campus Master
                             Plan

                         Including Outlying
                              Facilities
                          Bethany, West Virginia




                                    LEGEND


                        1 Campus Center and Town of
                          Bethany
                        2 Conference Center
                        3 Athletics and Recreation
2               4       4 East Athletics and Recreation
                          Complex
    3   1           6   5 Parkinson Farm Environmental
                          Science Center and Parkinson
                          Forest
                        6 Renner Visitor’s Center and
                          Campbell Mansion


                        --- Property lines are approximate
                            pending survey




                                                             27
Campus Master
 Plan Scope of
     Work
         Existing
       No or minor rehab
       Moderate rehab
       Major rehab

        Proposed
       New facility/parking
       New site work


Definitions

Minor rehab comprises mostly
new finishes.

Moderate rehab includes fin-
ishes, fixtures, and demolition/
construction of interior walls.

Major rehab involves all the
above along with HVAC, fire
protection, and possible struc-
tural work.




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Project Descriptions

The Welcome Experience

The Entrance. The main entrance for visitors to campus remains the road to                                                      at Bethany. Vacating the Erickson Alumni Center creates an opportunity for a
                                                                                         Oglebay Gates and Old Main
Oglebay Gates, the ceremonial front door to campus and the start of the admis-                                                  theme house in town.
                                                                                         should be restored and pre-
sions tour. The Oglebay Gates hold an important place in the Bethany experience:         served as central to the col-
students enter the side gates as freshmen and exit the main center gates only                                                   Harlan and Phillips require corrective maintenance improvements as well as up-
                                                                                         lege’s identity and welcome ex-
when they graduate – the only occasion on which the main gates are open. The                                                    grades to finishes throughout – student rooms, lounges, common spaces, rest-
                                                                                         perience.
master plan includes new pavement (preferably brickwork), landscaping, and up-                                                  rooms. Phillips should also be air conditioned.
lighting to accent the gates.
                                                                                                                                The construction of new housing would begin by replacing Goodnight and then                  Suite style housing comple-
As the campus unfolds, the next icon is Old Main, one of two structures on the                                                  Woolery (64 beds existing) with two suite style residence halls of approximately             ments the traditional housing
National Register of Historical Places. Old Main houses the president and the                                                   114 beds each and completing necessary site work. Two more identical resi-                   of Phillips and Harlan and the
vice president for academic affairs and multiple classrooms. Restoration of the                                                 dence halls would be located behind Campbell Village with space identified for               apartments at Campbell Village.
building, including updating all classrooms, adding technology, and adding new                                                  a third facility when needed. The suites would have 4 – 6 first- and second-year             (See image below.)
mechanical systems and air conditioning, are important to preserving this historic                                              student residents each in a mix of double and single bedrooms, two bathrooms, a
treasure and the college’s identity.                                                                                            shared living area but would not include a kitchen. Amenities within each building
                                                                                                                                would include various lounge/gaming/meeting spaces, possibly a shared kitchen,
The Welcome Center and Front Door. A new Welcome Center located in Ben-                  Relocating the welcome center          laundry, and wireless access.
edum Commons would house Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, and Business                                                                                                                                                  Total projected student hous-
                                                                                         to Benedum moves that office
Office/Student Billing, functions to be relocated from multiple buildings on cam-                                               Nine units of 20 beds are proposed in suite/theme/Greek-style housing to replace             ing capacity is 1294 beds. (See
                                                                                         closer to the starting point for the
pus. Grouping these related functions in a single facility, creates an efficient one-                                           the existing facilities on Greek Hill. Amenities would be similar to those mentioned         table below.)
                                                                                         tour and frees up Bethany House
stop shop for potential and continuing students.                                         for public relations functions.        above and may include chapter rooms and other spaces specific to Greek life.

Relocating the Admissions Office provides easier access (visual and pedestrian)                                                 Erickson could also be converted to theme housing for 20+/- students; this facility
to Oglebay Gates and Old Main. The Registrar, Financial Aid, and Student Ac-                                                    would include a full kitchen.                                                                 The Village at Bethany College:
counts offices should also be relocated to Benedum so continuing students can
conduct periodic business with the college in one location. For organizational                                                  The Village at Bethany College. A new center for campus life will provide a                   •	 creates a center for cam-
efficiency, all business and finance functions should be relocated to Benedum/                                                  much needed destination and connection between Campbell Village, Greek Hill,                     pus and student life;
Bethany House as well.                                                                                                          and the campus core. The Village will also provide much needed retail and stu-                •	 reduces the perceived dis-
                                                                                                                                dent life spaces and more opportunities for formal and casual interaction among                  tance from housing to the
Visitors to campus who are not students would be welcomed by the Institutional                                                  all campus constituents: dining, program space for student activities, late night                academic core;
Advancement Office, Alumni Relations, and Church Relations at the renovated                                                     hangout/coffeehouse/pub space, student life offices, wellness (fitness, recreation,           •	 provides new retail and
Bethany House. Benedum Commons would continue to provide meeting, dining,                                                       healthcare, and counseling), student organizations, and auxiliary services. More                 dining opportunities;
and a catering kitchen space for dinners and special events held by these offices                                               detailed planning for each facility is needed to confirm the College’s needs for the          •	 creates new space for stu-
and by the Office of the President. The renovated (and heated) Renner Gallery will                                              functions and offices they will house. Critical elements of the design of the village            dent programs.
continue to offer a unique event space.                                                                                         are an architectural style that integrates more modern housing and the historic

Relocated Archives. As part of the college’s church and public relations mission,       Relocating the archives creates
archives currently held in the library should be relocated to Benedum Commons
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Student Housing Capacity
                                                                                        student space in the library, con-
and proper humidity, temperature, and ultraviolet control, fire protection, and se-     structs a safer place for the ar-                                                                         Description                                   Beds
curity installed for those archives.                                                    chives, and moves them toward
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Current capacity                               819
                                                                                        the new public front door.
Benedum Commons and Bethany House are approximately 47,000 net square                                                                                                                             Beds to remain                                 563
feet. Welcome Center, business, and public relations functions are projected to                                                                                                                   Demolition
require 32,000 net square feet. More detailed design and programming will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Goodnight/Woolery                            (64)
needed to confirm space projections. Remaining space should be considered for
large enrollment classes                                                                                                                                                                            Greek Hill                                  (192)
                                                                                                                                                                                                  New suites (4 units)                           456
The Student Living Environment                                                                                                                                                                    New Greek Hill (9 units)                       180
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Cochran Hall suites                             72
New Student Housing. A phased approach to student housing includes new                  New housing promotes the Jour-
construction to add beds to the current housing stock and to replace residence                                                                                                                    Erickson                                        23
                                                                                        ney of Independence ® and re-
halls that will meet or exceed their useful life in the near future. The Campus         places housing stock that is near                                                                         New capacity                                  1294
Master Plan Proposes several housing styles to enhance the Journey of Indepen-          the end of its life expectancy.
dence ® at Bethany – suite-style and theme housing. Almost all new housing is
proposed in the area surrounding Campbell Village near amenities of The Village


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campus core, an architectural scale that preserves both Old Main as the focal              Phasing Village projects allows       Relocating the archives will allow the library to become a learning commons
point of the college, and layouts that protect the views afforded by the campus            highest priority activities to be     with access to computers, wireless connections, social spaces, and a combi-          “Sputnik-era science centers”
terrain.                                                                                   addressed first and may be more       nation of noisy and quiet study areas. The IT group currently housed in the          with solid exteriors, small win-
                                                                                           manageable in today’s economy.        library should remain to ensure adequate support, but may need to relocate           dows, dim hallways, and little or
An addition to the Wellness Center for recreational fitness and exercise would                                                   when Richardson (the network hub) is demolished.                                     no collaboration or display space
provide space if enrollments exceed the capacity of the Cummins Community                                                        The science functions in Richardson Hall will be relocated to a renovated Mor-       are a thing of the past. Today’s
Center. Also included in this space are offices for the counseling center staff,                                                 lan Hall, also serving as a welcoming beacon on the hillside. A 40,000 – 50,000      science centers celebrate the
support staff, storage, and a juice bar/lounge area. The gross square feet of the                                                square foot addition is projected, but programming would be required to refine       sciences by promoting visibility,
addition is anticipated to be 10,550 square feet.                                                                                this figure. This new academic facility would house most of the faculty offices,     collaboration and display.
                                                                                                                                 seminar and resource rooms, interaction spaces, and the new College Science
The Village Market will house the college bookstore, a convenience store, the                                                    Center. The new Science Center and unassigned space in Benedum Commons
Security Office, lounge space, the Mail Center, storage and other support space.                                                 will also allow the college to address the absence of larger, flexible classrooms.
The proposed gross square feet of the Village Market is 9,850 square feet.                                                       Programming for both Morlan and Benedum should determine the appropriate
                                                                                                                                 number and size of those spaces.
The main cafeteria would move to the Village Bistro featuring a more modern                New college dining favors mar-                                                                                             The “green circle” should remain
marketplace and presentation serving concepts and a greater variety of seating             ketplace and presentation con-        The historic campus green would replace Richardson – a multi-level landscaped        a part of senior comp tradition
options. The seating area should be designed for use as lounge or activity space           cepts and an array of seating op-     quad to create outdoor gathering and play areas and eliminate pedestrian – ve-       and be included in the new cam-
during off hours. Also located at the Bistro would be an office/workroom shared            tions that can be used for other      hicle conflicts.                                                                     pus green.
by all student organizations, the college radio station, student activities space, a       purposes as well. (See images
late night eatery, a coffeehouse and late night hangout spaces, small theaters/            below.)                               Parking
game rooms, support spaces and offices for food service, and campus central re-
ceiving. The total gross square feet projected for this facility is 45,600 square feet.                                           Existing to Remain                       New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The campus master plan proj-
                                                                                                                                  Recreation Center                  138   Campbell Village                    250
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ects a need for 1,000 – 1,200
Student Life Offices, the Counseling Center, the Residence Life Office, and mul-                                                  Cafeteria                           70   Greek Hill                          180    parking stalls compared to the
tiple conference rooms are proposed for the Village Square. Conference rooms
                                                                                                                                  Infirmary                           15   Soccer Remote                       190    current 871.
would include a small group room of 7-8 seats, a 50-person room that can be
divided with a movable partition wall, and a conference room with 20 seats. The                                                   Thistle                              8   Village at Bethany College          190
gross approximate gross square feet is 5,000 square feet.                                                                         Erickson                            19   Hurl                                 45
                                                                                                                                  Cochran                             21   Johnson/Steinman                     60
Athletic Expansions. Expansion is limited by the terrain at the existing site. Con-                                               Gresham                             44   Phillips/Cramblet                    40
                                                                                           Storage space for field equip-
struction of a new soccer and tennis complex east of the Hurl Education Center
                                                                                           ment is lacking; the stadium seat-     Campbell Mansion                     5   Total                             1284
includes two new practice fields, tennis courts, facilities for indoor practice on field
                                                                                           ing and press box also will need       Visitors Center                      9   Current Total                      871
turf surface, storage, and limited locker room facilities. A parking lot for approxi-
                                                                                           to be upgraded.
mately 190 cars can be used as remote student parking.

At the Hummel Field House, renovation includes a small expansion to the south
for functions to be determined. The next phase of renovations to Bison Stadium
would include new bleachers and facilities for concessions and restrooms for
spectators, locker rooms and offices for football and, potentially, soccer, and a
press box. A storage building behind the bleachers would be constructed as an
interim step.

The Learning Environment

The contemporary learning environment includes instructional spaces, faculty of-           Contemporary academic fa-
fices, student-faculty interaction spaces, student study spaces, the library and           cilities need to be flexible to ac-
academic support spaces. Much of learning occurs outside the classrooms, in                commodate future technology,
learning communities. In addition to the renovation in Old Main described above,           support a variety of pedagogies,
projects involving the learning environment include the following.                         provide space for different furni-
                                                                                           ture layouts, and provide “social-
Cramblet Hall will become a Student Success Center, housing expanded aca-                  ly catalytic” spaces to enhance
demic support space; interview rooms, offices, and resource spaces for Career              engagement and interaction.
Services; two new studio style classrooms (flexible seating and technology for
20-35 students. An elevator will be required when those changes are made.



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                                                                   Weighted
                                                                     Rating                                             Probable Cost Range                                                         Cost Basis (2009)
     Campus Master Plan Projects
                                                                  (relevance    Quantity   Unit
                                                                    to strat.
                                                                     goals)                       Low Quartile         Median      High Quartile     Other Basis      Building Type                        Low          Median      High
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Quartile                 Quartile


     Campus-wide technology, instrumentation, and equipment                                                                                                           Administrative/Office                $144.98      $267.03    $443.28
1                                                                   37.75                                                                            $4,000,000
     investment.
     Complete all corrective maintenance projects and up-                                                                                                             Physical Education                   $158.73      $258.24    $458.33
2                                                                    37.7                                                                            $4,000,000
     grades on Old Main.
3    Construct new suite-style student housing.                      37.7         456      beds    $27,437,520       $31,525,560   $34,200,000                        Science                              $249.58      $339.7       $460
4    Replace Greek Hill housing.                                     34.5         180      beds    $10,830,600       $12,444,300   $13,500,000                        Student Union                        $184.78      $236.88    $350.88
     Complete all corrective maintenance projects and up-                                                                                                             Residence Hall (< 200 beds)                       $60,170
5                                                                    34.3                                                                             $650,000
     grades on Phillips Hall.
     Remodel library for new learning commons/semi-private                                          Use local                                                         Residence Hall (private col-                      $69,135
6    student study space.                                           32.95        5,000     SF     source for esti-                                 Use local source   leges)
                                                                                                      mates
     Complete all corrective maintenance projects and up-                                                                                                             Most recent projects                              $75,000
7                                                                   32.85                                                                             $470,000
     grades on Bethany House.
     Complete all corrective maintenance projects and upgrade                                                                                                         Parking (per surface stall)                       $3,600
8                                                                    32.2                                                                             $450,000
     student:faculty areas in Morlan Hall.
     Complete all corrective maintenance projects and up-                                                                                                             Turf gym                               $50                     $100
9                                                                     32                                                                              $250,000
     grades on Commencement Hall.
     Complete all remaining top priority corrective maintenance                                                                                                       Tennis courts (per court)            $50,000                $100,000
10                                                                    32                                                                             $7,000,000
     items.
   Complete a supervised site survey of the campus leading
11 to a pedestrian and access plan and a landscape plan               32                             $60,000                         $85,000
   (guidelines, standards).
                                                                                                                                                                         Cost sources:
     Construct a new dining center in The Village at Bethany
12                                                                  31.85       45,580     SF       $8,422,272       $10,796,990   $15,993,110
     College.                                                                                                                                                            College Planning and Management, February 2009, survey of
   Construct science lab and classroom addition to Morlan                                                                                                                2008 construction costs and Housing Annual Report, 2008.
13                                                                   31.8       40,000     SF       $9,983,200       $13,588,000   $18,400,000
   Hall.                                                                                                                                                                 Corrective Maintenance estimates from R,.S. Means annual
   Remodel 1st and 3rd floors of Cramblet for Careers, inter-                                       Use local                                                            edition, 2008; projects with upgrades include ONLY corrective
14 view rooms, and studio classrooms.                                 31         7,000     SF     source for esti-                                 Use local source      maintenance estimates in these figures.
                                                                                                      mates                                                              Parking costs from Society for College and University Planning.
                                                                                                                                                                         Tennis court estiamtes from Kahler Slater Sports.
     Complete all corrective maintenance projects and up-
15                                                                  30.35                                                                             $280,000
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                                                                   Weighted
                                                                     Rating                                              Probable Cost Range
                  Campus Master Plan Projects                     (relevance    Quantity   Unit                                                                                      Institutional Imperatives and Weights
                                                                    to strat.
                                                                     goals)                          Low Quartile       Median      High Quartile     Other Basis       Take better care of the historic treasure that is Bethany College—
                                                                                                                                                                         infrastructure, access, and climate control, especially in learning
                                                                                                                                                                                                    spaces. (40%)
     Renovate road, curbs, ramps, lighting, and landscaping at                                        Site survey
16                                                                  30.15
     Oglebay Gates.                                                                                    needed                                                           Create facilities and programs to recruit and retain the contempo-
     Complete all remaining corrective maintenance items of                                                                                                               rary student: recreation, athletic, student life, programs (20%)
17                                                                  29.85                                                                             $8,000,000
     any priority level.
     Construct a new fitness center in The Village at Bethany                                                                                                                  Create contemporary residence life spaces. (20%)
18                                                                   29.7       10,550      SF        $1674601         $2,724,432    $4,835,381
     College.
                                                                                                                                                                        Upgrade instrumentation campus-wide: classroom technology,
     Complete all site analysis, modeling, and site work in The                                                                                                                       more modern labs, wireless. (15%)
19                                                                   29.6                             $1,800,000                     $2,500,000
     Village at Bethany College.
     Renovate Benedum and Bethany for Admissions, Finan-                                              Use local                                                                Use existing spaces and properties efficiently. (5%)
20   cial Aid, Registrar, Business Office, and archives from        29.35       17,000      SF      source for esti-                                Use local source
     Library                                                                                            mates
     Construct a new bookstore complex in The Village at
21                                                                  27.65        9,830      SF        $1,816,387       $2,328,530    $3,449,150
     Bethany College.
                                                                                                      Site survey
22   Construct campus green at former Richardson site.               27.2
                                                                                                       needed
                                                                                                     Use college
23   Create student theme housing in Erickson.                       26.8         23       beds                                                     Use local source
                                                                                                        staff
                                                                                                                                                    Need LF paving
24   Construct parking, pave and light route to Hurl.               25.95         49       stalls                      $176,400
                                                                                                                                                    cost and lighting
                                                                                                      Use local
     Renovate Bethany House for Advancement, Alumni Rela-
25                                                                  25.45       15,000      SF      source for esti-                                Use local source
     tions, and Church Relations.
                                                                                                        mates
     Renovate stadium to include new bleachers, new press                                           Needs addition-
26                                                                  23.25                                                                           Use local source
     box, football and soccer lockers and offices, and storage.                                     al programming
27   Construct indoor field turf gym at soccer complex.              22.5       12,000      SF         $600,000                      $1,200,000
                                                                                                      Use local
     Construct storage building behind press box area at sta-
28                                                                   22.2                           source for esti-                                Use local source
     dium.
                                                                                                        mates
                                                                                                      Site survey
29   Create access, parking and trails at Buffalo Creek.            20.55
                                                                                                       needed
30   Build new parking at the soccer complex.                        18.8         188      stalls                      $676,800
31   Build new tennis courts at the soccer complex.                 17.85          6       courts      $300,000                       $600,000




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                                                            Weighted
                                                              Rating
                                                          (relevance to     Impact on        Impact on
    Foundational and Phase 1 Projects                      strat. goals)     Parking           Beds                              Cost                       2009-10     2010-11      2011-12         2012-13    2013-14

                                                                                                                               Cost at
                                                                            Net            Net                  2008 Cost    Construction    Funding
                                                                           Change   Total Change Total           Estimate      (4%/yr)      Source(s)    Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

1   Phase 1 suites: Cochran                                                                      72      891    $5,000,000    $5,000,000       Gift
2   Hurl path, lights, and parking                            25.95          25      896                                                     Gift/town
3   Implement technology plan                                 37.75                                             4,500,000     4,500,000        Gift
4   Corrective maintenance and upgrades in Old Main*          37.7
      Priority A: Exterior walls, roof                                                                          2,280,000     2,371,200        Debt
      Priority B-D, climate control, classroom upgrades                                                         4,458,762     5,015,500     Gift/Oper.
      Priority A corrective maintenance in Commencement        32                                                250,000       260,000         Debt
5   Phase 1 suites (228 beds): Goodnight and Woolery          37.7           3       899
      Suite 1 and site work                                                                      82             11,000,000    11,440,000       Gift
      Suite 2                                                                                    82      1055   6,000,000     7,019,151        Gift
6   Corrective maintenance and finishes in Phillips           34.3                                              2,633,100     2,738,424        Debt
    Additional contingency                                                                                                    1,000,000       Oper.
    Phillips parking                                                         15     1036                         144,000       149,760         Debt
7   Soccer complex parking                                    18.8          122     1021                         676,800       703,872        Oper.
8   Site plan and survey                                       32                                                85,000        100,000        Oper.
    Total Foundation and Phase 1                                            150     1036     236         1055 $37,027,662 $40,297,908
    *Excludes Kirkpatrick and Commencement

                                                                            Campus Master Plan Goals                  Note: Old Main renovation                                        Legend
                                                                                                                      estimate includes $165/SF
                                                                            Parking this phase    1036                plus 20% contingency. Phil-                                    Planning and design
                                                                            Parking total         1200                lips includes CM plus 20%
                                                                            Beds by year 5        1075                plus renovation at $50/sf                                      Construction
                                                                            Beds by year 10       1294                plus $.5 million for HVAC.




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                Kick-off Meeting
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                                             Background Information

                                             Summary: Project Themes

                                             Project Rationale

                         Table of Contents   Project Outcomes

                                             Project Goals
                                                 Form
                                                 Function
                                                 Economy
                                                 Time

                                             Project Facts and Critical
                                             Issues

                                             Next Steps
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Campus Master Plan: Performa’s Role
  Vision Workshop: Setting the Direction
      Project rationale, outcome, goals, process, timelines, admissions tour
  Campus Opportunity Assessment: Understanding the Institution
      Site and facilities assessments, environmental scan, space assessment, low-
       cost/high-impact projects, corrective maintenance items
  Institutional Modeling: Exploring the Vision
      Instructional space use, growth requirements (quantitative and qualitative),
       program growth and change (academic and co-curricular), space needs
       compared to aspirant institutions
  Scenario Development: Exploring the Options
      Creation of preferred scenario
  Campus Master Plan and Action Plan: Creating the Solution
      Developing master plan and phase 1 implementation, recommended estimate of
       probable costs, project prioritization by campus, integration with financial
       modeling, fundraising/debt/operations, other planning needs (signage, design
       standards, etc.)
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    Bethany Project Leadership Team
   Scott D. Miller                                                        Mark Affeltranger
    President of the College                                                Assistant Professor of Psychology
   William Kiefer                                                         Tim Weaver
    Executive Vice President and General Counsel                            Director of Athletics and Recreation
   Darin Fields                                                           Ted Williams
    Vice President for Academic Affairs                                     Director of the Physical Plant
   Sven de Jong                                                           Lindsay Sobotka
    Vice President for Advancement                                          Student, Class of 2011
   Stephanie Kappel                                                       Chris Smurthwaite
    Executive Assistant to the President                                    Student, Class of 2011
   Gary Kappel                                                            Gary Novak
    Interim Dean of the Faculty & Dir. of Institutional Effectiveness       Member of the Board of Trustees
   Elizabeth de Jong                                                      Jason Haswell
    Dean of Students                                                        Alumnus
    Kathy Shelek-Furbee
     Professor of Social Work and Department Chair


    Performa HE Project Team
   Tom Gavic                                                              Gus Reed
    President, Performa Higher Education                                    Land-use Planner
   Carolyn Glime                                                          Amy Schwalbach
    Senior Planner                                                          Campus Planner
   Dean Rodeheaver                                                        Patrick Smith
    Project Manager - CMP/Senior Planner                                    Project Manager - Corrective Maintenance/Architect
   Terry Higgins                                                          Kevin Chevalier
    Senior Land-use Planner                                                 Campus Architect
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                           Background
                           Information
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  Linking Campus Master Planning to Strategic Planning
                                          Mission
 Teaching and learning form the mission of Bethany College. Central to this broad purpose
is providing a liberal arts education for students, including the preparation of professionals,
                         in an atmosphere of study, work, and service.

                                           Values
  Bethany College is an academic community founded on the close interaction between
 students and faculty in the educational process. Bethany College values intellectual rigor
and freedom, diversity of thought and lifestyle, personal growth within a community context,
       and responsible engagement with public issues. Its programs are designed to
          • engage the mind through emphasis on discipline in thinking, motivation in the
             search for knowledge, and acquisition of the intellectual resources for a lifetime
             of learning
          • embolden the spirit through the opportunity for intellectual challenge,
             collaborative enterprise, athletic competition, artistic expression, personal
             growth, and meaningful work
          • enlarge the world through exposure to the abundant diversity of thought and
             lifestyle of the human community, support for personal engagement with
             societies and cultures different from one's own, and commitment to service.
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    College Facts
 Bethany College is a small, 4-yr, liberal arts college of           The 850 Bethany students represent 28 states, DC, Puerto
  national distinction, was founded March 2,1840. In its charter,      Rico and 9 countries.
  granted in 1840 by the Commonwealth of Virginia and
  recognized in 1863 by the newly organized state of WV, the          90% of classes taught by Faculty w/ terminal degree
  mission of Bethany College is defined as ―the instruction of
  youth in the various branches of science and literature, the        Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
  useful arts and the learned and foreign languages.”
                                                                      Average Class Size: 14

   Bethany's 1,300-acre campus is located in the northern          Majors: Three most popular majors:
    panhandle of West Virginia in the foothills of the Allegheny              Education/Physical Education
    Mountains. Pittsburgh is a 50-minute drive from campus. The               Communication
    campus features rolling wooded hills and a green academic                 Psychology
    mall. Facilities include historic landmarks, modern well-       Faculty: Faculty teaching undergraduates: 100%
    equipped classrooms, sports/rec. areas, indoor /outdoor
    theaters, art galleries, an equestrian center, a greenhouse,    Academic programs: 21 departmental and 6
    Mountainside Conf. Ctr., Gresham Inn, the Campbell Mansion         interdisciplinary majors; 33 minors
    and Museum. More than 85 % of students live in on-campus
    apts, residential halls, frat./sorority.                        Degrees: B.A. or B.S.
                                                                   Goals – In its charter, granted in 1840 by the Commonwealth
                                                                    of Virginia and recognized in 1863 by the newly organized
   Founded by Alexander Campbell, affiliated with the Christian    state of West Virginia,
    Church (Disciples of Christ), exercises no sectarian control.
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                           Summary:
                         Project Themes
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Themes
 Tradition:
       Historic places; valued traditions and ceremonies (matriculation book,
        Oglebay Gates, comprehensive written and oral exams, Latin diploma);
        state’s oldest college—older than the state.
 Location:
    ―The center of everywhere‖ rather than ―the middle of nowhere‖; a small
     community with a big reach; secluded and connected; connector to
     Pittsburgh businesses/culture and West Virginia resorts.
 Passion:
       Close relationships among students; passion that remains among alumni.
 Direction:
       Absence of a planning culture; need to mix contemporary with traditional
        and historic places and spaces; need to build on the early momentum of a
        new presidency.
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Project Rationale
The project was initiated for the following reasons: (Why are we doing this project?)

   To prepare a road map to where the institution wants to go.
   To anticipate proactively long range needs and help to meet current needs.
   To support the College’s efforts to increase on-campus enrollment to 1000 by fall of 2010.
   To prepare for sustainable future growth, potentially to 1100 students, 1025 of whom live on campus.
   To ensure that dollars are spent wisely.
   To assist in the accreditation process.
   To help create a planning culture based on maintaining the authenticity of the college while guiding the
    campus community to embrace the future as exciting.
   To address the needs of both the academic and co-curricular environments now and in the future.
   To create a 21st century campus (bring the old up to par with the new).
   To create an engaging environment that builds community.
   To ensure the campus form embraces the vision and mission of Bethany College.
   To build on the place-based identity of the college.
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Project Outcome
The purpose of the Campus Master Plan is to: (What do you want to end up with?)


   Develop a master planning "road map" linked to the strategic planning ―compass‖.
   Generate momentum and excitement (through physical growth and visible change).
   Create an implementable plan that does not get shelved: ―A vision without resources is an hallucination.‖
   Develop a common and shared understanding of the goals of the master plan and the institution’s shared
    vision of the future.
   Challenge Bethany’s state-of-affairs using best practices employed at other campuses, including efficient
    use of existing space.
   Prioritize campus projects by developing institutional decision drivers (vs. individual wish lists).
   Identify low-cost, high-impact facilities and site solutions.
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Project Outcome
The purpose of the Campus Master Plan is to: (What do you want to end up with?)


   Invest resources wisely – identify the appropriate physical response to meet the needs.
   A document / report / executive summary and digital presentation:
        Comprehensive campus space analysis;
        Comprehensive Corrective Maintenance analysis;
        Student housing analysis - including assessment of existing housing stock and needs for the future (Journey of
         Independence;®)
        Prioritized athletic facilities planning including intercollegiate, recreation, and intramural use;
        Parking and traffic analysis (vehicular and pedestrian);
        Strategy for land use.
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Project Goal - Form
Form goals relate to the site, the physical environment and the quality of space and construction.
Form is what you will see and feel.


   Preserve and protect historic places and spaces.
   Develop a master plan that recognizes and highlights the college’s location, terrain, and natural
    setting.
   Develop attractive places for learning inside and outside the classroom.
   Incorporate a sense of history/legacy.
   Address multiple entrances to campus.
   Build on views throughout campus.
   Capitalize on the sense of a ―centrally isolated‖ small community that is connected to a larger world—
    ‖the center of everywhere‖ rather than ―the middle of nowhere‖.
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Project Goal - Function
Function goals relate to activities and the relationship of spaces and people.


   Support existing and emerging academic programs and pedagogies including first year and senior
    capstone experience and valued academic traditions.
   Meet basic needs of students on- and off-campus better.
   Support efforts to increase diversity among students and employees.
   Help create opportunities for student life and student development.
   Address remaining deficiencies in athletic facilities.
   Identify the physical environment’s contribution to recruitment, retention and graduation rates.
   Identify qualitative and quantitative instructional space needs.
   Identify spaces and places that can accentuate the college’s relationship with the Christian Church.
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Project Goal - Function
Function goals relate to activities and the relationship of spaces and people.

   Create interaction spaces (indoors and outdoors) that enhance the sense of campus engagement.
   Enhance the quality of life and meet the needs of a diverse community of students, faculty, staff, and
    visitors in innovative ways.
   Facilitate convenience / adjacencies / functionality—e.g., parking and pathways—especially with the
    acquisition of new property.
   Make ADA improvements.
   Create a more walkable, pedestrian-friendly environment.
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Project Goal - Economy
Economy goals relate to initial construction budgets, operating costs, and fund-raising strategies.

   Reduce tuition discounting from current 55% to 30-32%.
   Increase endowment by $25 million while maintaining draw at the level of 36 peers (5.34% current FY).
   Maintain a healthy level of debt and financial well-being while addressing significant physical environment
    issues including corrective maintenance and new capital projects.
   Give students more for their dollar.
   Align the Campus Master Plan phases with the academic, enrollment, and financial planning.
   Help make operations more efficient through better access and use of space.
   Develop the campus master plan with an awareness of endowment value and student borrowing and
    debt payment.
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Project Goal - Time
Time goals deal with the influence of history, the inevitability of changes from the present, and
projections into the future. What are KEY PROJECT MILESTONES?

Overall Campus Master Planning Schedule for 2008 - 2009
 January 12-15, 2009                       Campus Opportunity Assessment Workshop #1A
                                              • Site, Facility, Space & Atmospherics Assessment
                                              • Environmental Scans
                                              • Board Environmental Scan Session (Pittsburgh)
 February (1st week)                       Institutional Modeling Workshop #2
 March (1st week)                          Scenario Development Workshop #3
 March 14-22                               Spring Break
 March 23-26                               HLC site visit
 March/April                               Campus Master Plan/Action Plan #4 and 5
 May 15-16                                 Final presentation to Board and campus
 Summer                                    Final report and wrap-up
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                          Critical Issues
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User Group Involvement
What groups should be consulted and provide input into this project?

 Faculty
 Staff
 Students—separate cohorts, recognize student mix
 Board of Trustees
 Alumni
 Key Community Members and Stakeholders:
          • Residential Neighbors – information only; via mayor’s office?
          • Key Local Government Officials – include town council and planning commission
           in environmental scans and thereafter
          • Key Business Representatives – include in environmental scan and thereafter:
           Harry Chambers, owner of Bubba’s, postmaster, police chief, fire chief
          • Donors – no
          • Auxiliary operations/contracted services—Follett, Chartwell’s, StratusWays
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Facts and Critical Issues
Are there any facts, critical issues or givens that you are aware of that could impact this project?
   Coordination with campus financial modeling is critical given other issues (endowment, debt capacity,
    operations issues, auxiliary revenue, tuition, student debt and repayment) so that master planning does
    not become a fruitless exercise.
   Increasing resident enrollment requires addressing student concerns about recreation, entertainment,
    and activity, not simply increasing housing.
   There are 3 Bethanies: the one that is, the one that was, and the one we remember; this creates the
    tendency to view change through a conservative lens --―That’s not Bethany.‖
   Many more faculty now live outside the immediate Bethany area—e.g., near Pittsburgh.
   The project team needs to be aware of the issues associated with a focus on institutional priorities
    rather than individual wish lists.
   Near Pittsburgh, PA, Washington, PA, and Wheeling, WV.
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Next Steps


 Bethany College Campus Master Plan Overall Schedule Approval

 Campus Opportunity Assessment Workshop #1 – January 12-15

      Agenda

      Groups

      Ongoing information requests
 Bethany College
Campus Master Planning
Opportunity Assessment
    Executive Summary




               Bethany, WV
           February 4, 2009
Bethany College Campus Master Plan             • Project Process
Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                               • Environmental Scan
                                              “Understanding the Institution”
                                                 Overview
   Bethany College Campus Master Plan          • Corrective Maintenance
   Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary          Preliminary Audit
                                               • Space Use
                                                     Functional Use
                                                     Instructional Space
                                               • Site Assessment
                                                     Campus Land
                                                     Zoning
                                                     Flood Plain
                                                     Topography
                          Agenda                     Stormwater Movement
                                                     Campus Functions
                                                     Parking
                                                     Vehicular/Pedestrian/
                                                       Delivery Movement
                                                     Walking Distance
                                                     Path Slopes
                                                     Lighting
                                                     Utilities
                                               • 1% Projects
                                               • Institutional Modeling
                                               • Institutional Imperatives
Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                              “Understanding the Institution”

   Bethany College Campus Master Plan
   Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary

                                                  Project Process
Bethany College Campus Master Plan
Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                           “Understanding the Institution”
        Bethany College Campus Master Plan
        Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                  “Understanding the Institution”


Campus Master Plan: Performa’s Role
  Vision Workshop: Setting the Direction
      Project rationale, outcome, goals, process, timelines, admissions tour
  Campus Opportunity Assessment: Understanding the Institution
      Site and facilities assessments, environmental scan, space assessment, low-
       cost/high-impact projects, corrective maintenance items
  Institutional Modeling: Exploring the Vision
      Instructional space use, growth requirements (quantitative and qualitative),
       program growth and change (academic and co-curricular), space needs
       compared to aspirant institutions
  Scenario Development: Exploring the Options
      Creation of preferred scenario
  Campus Master Plan and Action Plan: Creating the Solution
      Developing master plan and phase 1 implementation, recommended estimate of
       probable costs, project prioritization by campus, integration with financial
       modeling, fundraising/debt/operations, other planning needs (signage, design
       standards, etc.)
Bethany College Campus Master Plan
Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                              “Understanding the Institution”

   Bethany College Campus Master Plan
   Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary

                                               Environmental Scan
                                                    Overview
        Bethany College Campus Master Plan
        Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                       “Understanding the Institution”

What makes you proud of Bethany College?
History and Traditions:
     •Older than the state
     •Traditions ensure uniqueness, continuity, commonality
     •Include Oglebay Gates, matriculation book, senior comps/projects, the circle
     •Community building events like convocations, founders day, honor recognition
     •Disciples of Christ affiliation

Physical Experience:
     •Natural, safe setting
     •Proximity to and relationship with Pittsburgh and Wheeling
     •Historic architecture, especially Old Main
     •Unfolding of the campus as one ascends the hill from Main St.
     •The ideal--what you imagined your college would look like

Total Experience:
      •Senior comprehensive exams and projects, preparation for life
      •Opportunities to be involved and to lead on and off campus
      •True to mission--has not tried to be all things to all people
      •Close ties among students that persist, student-faculty-staff interaction and
      support

Outcomes:
     •A consistent pattern of leadership and recognition among alums
     •Well-rounded, three-dimensional grads
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                                                                 “Understanding the Institution”


What do you think is the promise Bethany College
makes to its prospective students and others?
Relationships/connections:
     •Close relationships with faculty and staff
     •Personal attention and an interest in students’ lives
     •Small classes
     •Lifelong friendships and relationships with the college
     •Connection with alums
     •Support

Transformation:
     •Challenge, integration, preparation/education for life
     •Change in perspective, understanding one’s point of view
     •Permanently enlivened minds

Immersion and Opportunity:
    •The opportunity to become ―enveloped‖ in the campus
    •A residential 7-day-a-week experience
    •An enclave of learning surrounded by opportunity
    •Immediate access to everything
    •Civic-mindedness—involvement as opportunity
     and obligation
        Bethany College Campus Master Plan
        Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                    “Understanding the Institution”

What are the opportunities that would make Bethany College a better
institution? That is, what are the things the college could do (or could
have done) that would make a difference?

•External Relations:
     •Connections with Pittsburgh and Wheeling
     •Relations with professional schools for grads
     •Stronger church relations (all denominations)
     •Make fitness facilities available to community

•Modernization:
    •Faster internet, reliable widespread Wi-Fi, consistency of access/hardware/software
    •More instructional technology (e.g., smart boards) and training in use
    •Upgraded residence halls
    •Modernized majors, freshman seminar topics

•Build on Current Resources:
      •New programs in environmental science, hotel/restaurant management,
       criminal justice, some grad or certification, adult programs
      •Green‖ laboratory for the Ohio Valley
      •Upgraded stadium (to match field)
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                                                         “Understanding the Institution”


What are the opportunities that would make Bethany College a
better institution? That is, what are the things the college could do
(or could have done) that would make a difference?
•Student Mix:
     •More selective, diverse, international
     •Non-traditional, adult, veterans

•Internal Policies, Actions:
      •Re-instate practicum requirement (alums)
      •Ensure quality faculty/staff
      •Lighter teaching loads
      •Make sure advisors know graduation requirements
      •Longer hours for Wellness Center and physician
        Bethany College Campus Master Plan
        Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                     “Understanding the Institution”


What should Bethany College’s future look
like?
Size and Character:
     •1100-1200 traditional full-time students
     •1025 resident students
     •No larger than 1500 total headcount
     •Collaborations, partnerships, selected grad/certificate programs
     •More diverse, motivated, global students
     •Broader reach, more opportunities

Finances:
     •Financially secure
     •$100 million endowment
     •Well-paid faculty

Balance of Modernity and Tradition:
     •Contemporary facilities and services with
      enduring and recognizable traditions and history
     •Cutting edge instructional technology
     •Take better advantage of location and natural assets
     •Preserve the Bethany charm
       Bethany College Campus Master Plan
       Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                      “Understanding the Institution”

What are the critical physical environmental needs to achieve the
shared vision?
Maintenance and Upgrades of Existing Resources:
     •Technology
     •Classroom and science lab upgrades and/or climate control
     •Office upgrades, consistency, and climate control
     •Handicap access
     •Collections security, HVAC, UV protection
     •Residence hall and Greek housing upgrades
     •Emergency phones
     •Repair potholes, repaint bridge, eliminate pipes across roads

Resolution of Land Issues:
    •Non-essential properties
    •Re-charm and re-charge the village (wireless)
    •Address approach to campus
    •Faculty/staff housing on campus or in the village
    •Equine studies location

New Spaces and Places:
    •Classrooms as needed
    •Student housing
    •Student hangout/program spaces
    •Campus commons
    •New stadium to match new field
           Bethany College Campus Master Plan
           Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                                      “Understanding the Institution”


Student Scavenger Hunt Results
      Kinds of Places                          Place                                 Comments
  1   Where the values and           Commencement Hall        Gates represent
      mission of Bethany are         Oglebay Gates and Old    entrance
      best represented.              Main                     and graduation

  2   Where the values and           Greek Hill
      mission of Bethany are         Admissions
      most poorly represented.

  3   Where students are             Old Main classrooms      Most classes are here; historic
      academically challenged        Old Main
      the most.

  4   Where students study and Library
      learn together.          Phillips Lounge                Studying takes place in library

  5   Where students and             Morlan                   Where professors eat and
      faculty interact outside the   Morlan Lounge            socialize with students
      classroom.
  6   Where students are             Weimer Lecture Hall
      enriched with global and       ISA
      diverse experiences.

  7   Where students go for          Learning center in       Staff in Business Office;
      support.                       Cramblet                 McCann Learning Center
                                     McCann Learning Center
           Bethany College Campus Master Plan
           Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                                    “Understanding the Institution”


Student Scavenger Hunt Results
   8    Where students go for    Ida M. Irvin Room
        quiet relaxation.        (Philips)                 Nature and relaxation,
                                 Bethany Trails            views
                                 Education Lounge
   9    Best view.               From fountain
                                 Peace Point
                                 View opposite Campbell
                                 Village
   10   Best hang out space.     Boomer’s
                                 Phi Kappa Tau
                                 Alpha Xi Delta

   11   Best place in good       Tables outside Boomer’s
        weather.                 Bethany Trails
                                 Football Field

   12   Worst place in bad       Bethany!
        weather.                 Any icy hill
                                 CV hill and parking
            Bethany College Campus Master Plan
            Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                                       “Understanding the Institution”


Student Scavenger Hunt Results
  13   Worst housing.               Cochran
                                    Goodnight, Woolery, Greek
                                    Hill
                                    Goodnight and Woolery

  14   Best housing.                Campbell Village            Bad weather prohibited pictures
                                    Phillips
                                    Campbell Village
  15   A picture for you to         Oglebay Gates
       remember your days at        No answer
       Bethany.                     No answer
  16   A picture for your parents   Oglebay Gates
       to remember your days at     No answer
       Bethany.                     No answer
  17   Overall favorite place on    Steinman
       campus.                      Outside Old Main
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                                                  Bethany College
                                                   ―Conceptual‖
                                                  Campus Master
                                                       Plan
Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                              “Understanding the Institution”

   Bethany College Campus Master Plan
   Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary

                                                  Bethany College
                                                   ―Conceptual‖
                                                  Campus Master
                                                       Plan



                        Core
                      Strength
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                                                  Bethany College
                                                   ―Conceptual‖
                                                  Campus Master
                                                       Plan



                        Core
                      Strength



                      Flexibility
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   Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                                  Bethany College
                                                   ―Conceptual‖
                                                  Campus Master
                                                       Plan



                        Core
                      Strength



                      Flexibility


                      Endurance
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                                                      Corrective
                                                     Maintenance
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                                                     “Understanding the Institution”


Corrective Maintenance Planning
     Facility Condition Audit (in progress)

     Evaluation and Assessment (of the Facility Condition Audit)

     Multi-year Plan of Action
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         Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                 “Understanding the Institution”


Definitions
 High priority. Indicates a system, or portion thereof, which has failed. Repair
    action should be undertaken within the next 12-18 months. Typically, this
    priority also includes any preventive maintenance work required to extend the
    life of the overall system.

 Mid priority. Indicates a system, or portion thereof, which is near failure. Repair
    action should be undertaken within the next 1.5-3 years.

 Low priority. Failure does not appear to be imminent; however, repair should be
    undertaken in the next 3-5 years.

 Long-Range Issue or System Upgrade. Useful life of system is expected to extend
    beyond a 5-year time frame. However, repair action is recommended to comply
    with current standards (codes, ADA, energy efficiency, etc.) or functional
    needs.
          Bethany College Campus Master Plan
          Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                             “Understanding the Institution”


Preliminary Facility Condition Audit
High Priority

Masonry replacement, repair and restoration on Commencement, Old Main, Kirkpatrick,
Bethany House, and Phillips Hall.

Roof repairs to Old Main, Kirkpatrick Commencement and Bethany House.

Roof replacement and flashing on Richardson, Steinman, Hummel, Milsop and Harder.
           Bethany College Campus Master Plan
           Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                               “Understanding the Institution”


Preliminary Facility Condition Audit Overview
Mid Priority

Window system replacement or restoration on all buildings except Christman Manor at
Pendleton Heights, Harlan, Byrd, Harder, Johnson Recreation, Campbell Village and
Visitors Center.

Minor to Moderate Plumbing and HVAC system repairs or components, Milsop and
Harder.

Minor to Moderate utility upgrades for Water Lines, Gas Lines and Steam Lines.

Moderate utility upgrades for Electrical.

Minor to Moderate Electrical Distribution system repairs or components, Harlan and
Morlan.

Lighting upgrades, Richardson and Steinman.
          Bethany College Campus Master Plan
          Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                             “Understanding the Institution”


Preliminary Facility Condition Audit
Long Range

ADA compliance issues, most buildings.

Fire Code Issues, Benedum and Richardson (also Zeta, Phi Mu, Phi Tau, Alpha Sig
and Alpha Z).
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                                                      Space Use
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Building Functional Space Use Diagram – West Campus
                                                 VP
                                              Residence


                                                                                Wellness
                                                                                 Center



  Academic
  Administration
  Academic Support
  Student Housing
                              Conference
  Student Activities            Center
  Auxiliary Services
  Student Services
  Athletics/Recreation
  Special Use
  Campus Support
  Conferencing Center
  Church
  Outdoor Activity
  Unassigned
          Bethany College Campus Master Plan
          Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                                             “Understanding the Institution”


                                                                           Building Functional
                              Greek Hill
                                                         Outdoor
                                                        Classroom          Space Use Diagram –
                                                                           East Campus
                                                                                                                 Education

                                                                              Pres. House

                                       Fine
                                       Arts                          Performing
Academic                                                                Arts
                                                           Science
Administration
Academic Support Library/IT          Science          President                                                                  Visiting
                                                                                       Admission/Financial Aid
Student Housing                                     VP Academics                                                                 Scholar
                                                                                       Student Life
Student Activities                               Board/Event/Mtg                       SGA SAC
Auxiliary Services                                                                     Boomers                         Faculty
                    Faculty                                                            Bookstore
Student Services                                                                                                       Housing
                                                                                       Radio
Athletics/Recreation                Maxwell’s                                          Registrar
                                                   Finance/                                                                  Greek
Special Use                         Renner Too     Learning Centers/
Campus Support                                     Business Office
Conferencing Center
Church                                                                                                                   Greek
Outdoor Activity
Unassigned                                                                    Alumni
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                                                                                                                                                   Bethany        SC

Campus Facility                                       USE (FICM CATEGORIES)
                                                                                                            Bethany Gross
                                                                                                             SF/Category
                                                                                                                                Bethany NASF        NASF/
                                                                                                                                                   Student
                                                                                                                                                                   R
                                                                                                                                                                  NA


Inventory                                                100

                                                        200a
                                                                    Classrooms
                                                                    Class Laboratories
                                                                                                                   43,938
                                                                                                                   35,964
                                                                                                                                        33,799
                                                                                                                                        27,664
                                                                                                                                                     37
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YR. 2009                                                200b        Open Laboratories                                     0                   0       0
                                                         200c       Research Laboratories                                 0                   0       0
                                                         300        Offices                                       117,221               90,170       97
                                                           300a    Academic/Faculty Office space          61,682               47,448
                                                           300b    Administration/Staff Office space      55,539               42,722

                                                         400        Study facilities                               18,544               14,265       15
                                                           400a    Library                                16,306               12,543
                                                           400e    Academic Support & Study Lounges       2,238                1,722

                                                        500a        Athletic                                       71,934               55,334       60
                                                        500b        Special use                                    42,425               32,635       35
                                                         600        General Use Facilities                         98,851               76,040       82
                                                           600a    General use facilities                 73,024               56,172
                                                           600b    Dining/Kitchen/Servery                 22,138               17,029
                                                           600f    Bookstore                              3,690                2,838

                                                        700a        Support facilities                             13,130               10,100       11
                                                        700b        Central storage                                26,113               20,087       22
                                                         700c       Vehicular storage                                     0                  0        0
                                                         800        Health care facilities                          5,026                3,866        4
                                                        900a        Student residential                           220,426              169,558       183
                                                        900b        Non-student residential                        50,394               38,764       42
                                                         000        Inactive/alteration                            30,047               23,113       25
                                                                                             Total                774,013              595,395

                                                      Comparison uses the Society for College and Univeristy Planning, "Campus Facilities Inventory (CFI) 2007 CFI R
       Bethany College Campus Master Plan
       Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                           “Understanding the Institution”



Instructional Space Analysis:
•   Classroom schedule by day (hours of each day and total hours per week).

•   Time and station (seats) use by classroom.

•   Time and station (seats) use by specialized space (studios, labs).

•   Existing and recommended number of classrooms at current (Fall 2008)
    and projected enrollments.

•   Classroom conditions.
        Bethany College Campus Master Plan
        Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                                                                                           “Understanding the Institution”


Classroom                                               Average General Classroom Use by Hour
                                100.0%
Schedule                         80.0%
                                                                 76%

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                                 60.0%               53%                                                59%
                                                                              48%                                  49%

38 Contact Hrs/Wk                40.0%
                                                                                                                               36%

                                         21%                                               18%
                                 20.0%
M-R: 8AM-4PM                                                                                                                               2%          0%          0%
                                                                                                                                                                               6%          6%          4%
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Time Benchmark: 67%
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Classroom                                                                Tuesday General Classroom Use by Hour

Schedule                          100.0%
                                   80.0%                     72%                                   66%
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                                   60.0%                                        34%

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38 Contact Hrs/Wk                  20.0%
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M-R: 8AM-4PM




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Time Benchmark: 67%
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                                   80.0%                     66%
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                                                                           “Understanding the Institution”
   Standard M - R, 8AM-4PM, F 8AM-2-PM
   General Station Use by Classroom
Time andClassroom Station Utilization
             All Semester
Time – 38 Contact Hrs/Wk
 At or Above the 67% Guideline                         2     (5%)
                                                                       Benchmark is
 At or Below the 30%                                 18     (41%)
                                                                       67% for both time
 Fall Between 40% and 60%                            10     (23%)      and station use.
      Standard M - R, rooms that were 8AM-2-PM
 The Time Analysis counts all 8AM-4PM, Fused as General-
 Purpose classrooms in Fall 2008. The 32 classrooms scheduled by
      General Classroom Station Utilization
 the Registrar, the seminar rooms in Morlan, and the Hurl Auditorium
 were counted. The total number of rooms was 44.
              All Semester
Station – Seats filled
At or Above the 67% Guideline                         5    (11%)


At or Below the 50%                                 22     (59%)
The Station Analysis determines the average number of seats filled
when a classroom is in use. In Fall 2008, 44 rooms were used or
classified as general-purpose classrooms. If a classroom was not
used during the semester it is not counted in the Station Analysis
total. 36 of the 44 rooms held classes.
         Bethany College Campus Master Plan
         Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                       “Understanding the Institution”


Time and Station Use by Specialized Space

• Many labs and studios are used                    Benchmark for
  20% - 40% of time.                                time is 52% &
• Richardson 211 = 50%.                             80% station use.

Questions:
    • New specialized spaces needed?
    • Is Richardson 211 a favorite lab? or
      Another of this type needed?
    • Number of seats in the labs and
      studios?
       Bethany College Campus Master Plan
       Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                          “Understanding the Institution”


General-Purpose Classroom Analysis
  Assumptions:
   • Existing classrooms do not include seminar rooms in Morlan
   • Includes Hurl Auditorium
   • FTE calculated based on 3 PT = 1 FT
   • PH ED 200 is in these estimates



  Questions:
      • Confirm existing classroom count
      • Impact of removing PH ED 200 from schedule
      • Simulate impact of growth in First-Year Seminar
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                                                                                    “Understanding the Institution”


General-Purpose Classrooms Needed – Fall 2008 (864 FTE)

                                  General Purpose Classrooms
                                        Recommended
                        Recommended # of Rooms -           Existing
                          Room Size      Classes Only     Number of
                        (# of Stations)       (67%         Rooms
                                           Utilization)
                              1 - 15                 10                   6

                             16 - 25                  7                   12

                             26 - 35                  4                   7

                             36 - 49                  2                   5

                             50 - 75                  1                   0

                             76 - 300                 1                   2

                                                     25                   32


                 Number of rooms recommended is greater than existing number of rooms
                 Number of rooms recommended is less than than existing number of rooms
       Bethany College Campus Master Plan
       Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                                     “Understanding the Institution”


Preliminary G-P Classrooms Projections – Fall 2012 (1167 FTE)

                                     General Purpose Classrooms

                                           Recommended #
                          Recommended
                                             of Rooms -     Existing #
                            Room Size
                                          Classes Only (67% of Rooms
                          (# of Stations)
                                              Utilization)

                                1 - 15                  10                  6

                               16 - 25                  8                   12

                               26 - 35                  3                   7

                               36 - 49                  4                   5

                               50 - 75                  2                   0

                               76 - 300                 1                   2

                                                        28                  32


                  Number of rooms recommended is greater than existing number of rooms
                  Number of rooms recommended is less than than existing number of rooms
       Bethany College Campus Master Plan
       Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                                                     “Understanding the Institution”


Preliminary G-P Classrooms Projections – Fall 2017 (1367 FTE)

                                     General Purpose Classrooms

                                           Recommended #
                          Recommended
                                             of Rooms -     Existing #
                            Room Size
                                          Classes Only (67% of Rooms
                          (# of Stations)
                                              Utilization)

                                1 - 15                  11                  6

                               16 - 25                  9                  12

                               26 - 35                  4                   7

                               36 - 49                  5                   5

                               50 - 75                  2                   0

                               76 - 300                 1                   2

                                                        32                 32


                  Number of rooms recommended is greater than existing number of rooms
                  Number of rooms recommended is less than than existing number of rooms
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        Opportunity Assessment Executive Summary
                                                       “Understanding the Institution”


Instructional Spaces: Quantitative Analysis
  Bethany has enough classrooms and labs for current and
  planned enrollment.

  Growth in course schedule can be accommodated in current
  38 hours available.

  First year seminars create scheduling concerns.
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                                                     “Understanding the Institution”


Instructional Spaces: Condition Analysis

 Old Main
   • History and tradition
   • Seating, climate, furnishings are issues


 Kirkpatrick
   • Updates are successful
   • Classrooms crowded, furniture dated


 Richardson
   • Layout encourages faculty/student interaction
   • Furnishings, equipment, and lighting dated
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Instructional Spaces: Condition Analysis

  Library
    • Classroom 1 – not a dedicated classroom, furniture
      dated
    • Classroom 2 –noise transfer


  Morlan
   • Is and feels like former housing
   • Lounge was mentioned as great space for
     faculty/student interaction


  Hurl
   • Nice renovation and ideal seating
   • Access is major issue
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Instructional Spaces: Condition Analysis
  Johnson
    • Nicely renovated
    • Dated furniture is ―fun‖ in this context


  Steinman
    • Finishes being upgraded
    • Eliminate divider wall or replace with movable,
      sound barrier wall panels
    • Room finishes and furniture dated


  Byrd
    • Good lighting, finishes
    • Flexible furniture
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Instructional Spaces: Improvement Strategies
  • Comprehensive Renovation with Corrective maintenance - finishes,
    fixtures, furniture, equipment, windows, HVAC, roofing/flashing
  • Cosmetic Plan - low cost face lifts (e.g., paint, polish, furniture, equipment)
    that will not be affected by future renovations
  • Annual Operating Budget - annually replace a percentage of the College’s
    oldest equipment, lighting, and furniture


  Consider classroom improvements in developing imperatives:
      • Strategic Plan and the Campus Master Plan
      • Energy/cost efficiency
      • Greatest deficiencies
      • Recruitment and retention
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                                                   Assessment
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  Bethany
College Land
 Holdings
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Bethany Campus



                    STH
                    88


                                               Buffalo
                                               Creek
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                                             Zoning




                BUFFALO CREEK
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                                                   FEMA 100 Yr.
                                                    Flood Plain
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                                                    Topography
                                                                   1030
                                                                   1020
                                                                   1010
                                                                   1000
                                                                   990
                                                                   980
                                                                   970
                                                                   960
                                                                   950
                                                                   940
                                                                   930
                                                                   920
                                                                   910
                                                                   900
                                                                   890
                                                                   880
                                                                   870
                                                                   860
                                                                   850
                                                                   840
                                                                   830
                                                                   820
                                                                   810
                                                                   800
                                                                   790
                                                                   780
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Stormwater
Movement




Direction
    of
 surface
drainage
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Campus Functions – Core of Campus




                                                     `             `
                                                                            `



                                                Residential/ Student Life       Special Use

                                                Administrative                  Student Services

                                                Academic                        Phys. Plant

                                                Athletic/ Recreation
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Primary Campus Views




Major
views
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Prime Buildable Topographies
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Campus Functions – Overall Campus
                                                                          Residential/ Student Life

                                                                          Administrative
                                Parkinson
                                  Farm                                    Academic

                                                                          Athletic/ Recreation

                                                                          Special Use

                                                                          Student Services

                                                                          Phys. Plant




                                                             `
                                                         `       `
 Conference
   Center
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                   Parking
                   Existing Provided: 871                                 52
                                                                                    14
                   Required By Zoning: review                                                                                         14

                   Calculated Need: 1000-1200                             32
                                                                                                    24, 1, 1
                                                              37
                                                                                         14, 1, 1
                                         37                                                     6, 2, 0
                             3, 2, 2
                                                                   136, 4, 0                                       38
                                                                                                                         32
                                                                                    12, 1, 1
                                                         37
                                                                                    22, 3, 0
                                  12, 2, 2                               14, 1, 1
                                                                                                                  21
                                                                                                                          15
                                                                    49                         37, 1, 1
                       65, 3, 0               38, 2, 2                                                                         18, 1, 1




                                                                                                          Key:
                                                                                                          Spaces
42, 2, 2                                                                                                  Handicap Spaces (marked )
                                                                                                          ADA Compliant Spaces
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Vehicular Movements
     Primary       Secondary
Pedestrian Movements
       Primary       Secondary

     Pedestrian/Vehicle Conflict
Delivery Movements
    Primary (Tractor Trailer)
    Secondary (Van & Step-up)
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Campus Walking Distance




                                      1,350’




                                                      1,350’ =
                                                     10 Minute
                                                       Walk
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Path Slopes                                      ADA Standards:
                                                 Parking space slopes: max 0-2%
                                                 Walkways: 0 - 4.99%
                 5 % and over                    Walks with Rail: 5 - 8.32%
                                                 Ramps : 8.33% <
                 0 – 4.99%
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Lighting Conditions
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Utilities
  Fiber Optic

  Telecom

  Gas

  Electric

  Water
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                                               •Entry Sequence
               1% Projects and
              Admissions Tour                  •Admissions Tour
             Recommendations
                                               •Facilities

                                               •Site
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A Working Theory


            Student Safety                         Care and Concern
            and Well-being                            for Campus


 Institutional                Attraction             Engagement           Transformations
   Identity                      and                    and
                             Attachment              Community

            Welcome                     Student Living and
           Experience                  Learning Experience
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Entry Sequence:
Signage and Identity
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Admissions Tour Overview
  •Start the ―tour‖ on the web site with references to the Upper Ohio River Valley,
  industrial history, and links that highlight the college’s connections (sample
  internships, senior projects, etc.)

  •Start and conclude the formal tour at Oglebay Gates.

  •Base the tour on traditions and student progress: ‖If we don’t see change we feel
  like we failed.‖ Can matriculation book be on display? Diploma?

  •Tell the Bethany story at key locations: accommodating student learning and study
  styles (Philips, Moreland, Library) and student and faculty interaction (Moreland).

  •Balance old and new spaces, academic tradition and contemporary student life,
  including samples of housing.

  •Park a club car behind Johnson for travel to Campbell Village and the Recreation
  center/Field House. Do not use cars since this creates the impression that the
  campus is not walkable.

  •Conclude with student/family time in book store and Boomer’s.
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Framing the
Iconic Image
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                                           Student learning, study
                                           and support spaces —
                                           diversity of styles.
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Engagement with faculty
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Care and concern for the
campus
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                                           Student safety and well-being
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                                           Consistency = Identity
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                                                     Next Steps:
                                                     Institutional
                                                      Modeling
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  Enrollment and Residence Life
                                                             FALL SEMESTER ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS

                                   CURRENT YEAR 2    YEAR 3         YEAR 4    YEAR 5    YEAR 6    YEAR 7    YEAR 8    YEAR 9    YEAR 10

TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADS
                     Headcount         925    1000      1100           1200      1250      1300      1350      1400      1450      1500
                       Full-time       840     900      1000           1050      1100      1100      1150      1200      1250      1300
NON-TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADS
                       Full-time
                       Part-time
GRADUATE STUDENTS
                       Full-time
                       Part-time




                                                                    FALL SEMESTER HOUSING PROJECTIONS
                                                                                   YEAR
                             CLASS CURRENT      2        3             4       5        6       7             8         9         10
                         FRESHMEN       281      325          375        375     375      375     375           375       375       375
                       SOPHOMORES       192      242          270        300     300      310     310           310       310       310
                           JUNIORS      140      165          200        210     210      260     260           260       260       260
                           SENIORS      109      120          125        165     190      200     200           200       200       200
                             TOTAL      722      852          970       1050    1075     1145    1145          1145      1145      1145
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Potential Academic Programming
 ANTICIPATED NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
                                                   Criminal justice
                                                   MAT



                                                   Enhance programs in:
                                                   Econ/Bus/Acct
                                                   Psychology
                                                   Social Work
                                                   Teacher Ed/PHED
                                                   Comm
                                                   Zoology (with Oglebay)
                                                   Environmental Science
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Academic Averages and Staffing
   AVERAGE CLASS SIZE AND S:F RATIO                            CURRENT             10-YR. GOAL
         Daytime (Traditional undergrad) average class size               14     18-20
                   Evening (Adult/Grad) average class size               N/A
                                           S:F ratio (IPEDS)        13:05:01                 15
   STAFFING LEVELS
   Faculty
                          University-wide FT (if applicable)                                 75
                          University-wide PT (if applicable)
                                          Main campus FT                  63                 80
                                                                                             30
                                          Main campus PT                  20                 20
   Support Staff
                          University-wide FT (if applicable)             N/A
                          University-wide PT (if applicable)             N/A
                                          Main campus FT                  20

                                          Main campus PT                   7
   Administrative Staff
                          University-wide FT (if applicable)             N/A
                          University-wide PT (if applicable)             N/A
                                          Main campus FT                  50                 55
                                          Main campus PT                   0
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Physical Needs?
 Classroom environment

 Work environment

 Student/faculty/staff
 interaction
 A ―real‖ student center

 Residence halls upgrades

 Campus commons

 Other:
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Institutional Imperatives
      How will you decide among options?

      Institutional rather than individual.

      Tied to strategic plans or initiatives.

      Reflective of the vision and opportunities.

      No more than 5 decision drivers.

      Weighted based on where you are now—must be implementable.
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Take better care of the historic treasure that is Bethany College.—
infrastructure, access, and climate control, especially in learning spaces.
(40%)

Create facilities and programs to recruit and retain the contemporary
student: recreation, athletic, student life, programs (20%)

Create contemporary residence life spaces .(20%)

Upgrade instrumentation campus-wide: classroom technology, more
modern labs, wireless. (15%)

Use existing spaces and properties efficiently . (5%)
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                       Thank You!



                                                              Bethany, WV
                                                         February 4, 2009
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                      Instruction Space Analysis for Bethany College
                                        Summary
              (All Analyses are Based on Fall 2008 Schedule from Registrar)




Room Analysis Charts
Shows classroom use by day and hour. Bethany College classrooms are primarily used
between 9:00 and 3:30, leaving some capacity in the early morning and later afternoon.

General Classroom Utilization Summary
Shows room and station (seat) use in relation to a standard of 67% of available scheduled
hours. Only 3 classrooms are used at or above 67% f the available hours and only 5 have 67%
or more of the seats occupied. This also demonstrates that classrooms are not being used at
full capacity.

Room Need—Current
This table compares existing rooms at different sizes with actual need, including reconfiguring
the number of seats to more ideal densities (square feet per student). Bethany College has
more classrooms than required, but it is not recommended that any be taken off line since
freshman seminars pose an unusual requirement on the schedule.

Room Need—Projected
Shows that planned enrollment increases would require 29 rooms versus the existing 44. The
greatest deficiency the college will need to resolve is classrooms in the 50-75 range. This
suggests that the college will not need to build additional classrooms,

General Assignment and Specialized Instructional Space Use
These tables provide details of room and station use for each classroom, lab, and studio on
campus.
                                      Bethany College
                                        All Semester




                            Average General Classroom Use by Hour
                  100.0%
                   80.0%
                                                 55%                                                                                                                               67%
                   60.0%
                                      39%                    35%                     43% 36% 26%
                   40.0%
                           15%                                           13%
                   20.0%                                                                                                1% 0% 0% 5% 4% 3%
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                            Monday General Classroom Use by Hour
                  100.0%
                   80.0%
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                   60.0%              48% 57% 45%                                    41%
                   40.0%   18%                                           18%                     20%
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                            Tuesday General Classroom Use by Hour
                  100.0%
                   80.0%                                                 66%
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                   60.0%              52%                    48%
                   40.0%   11%
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                  100.0%
                   80.0%
                                      48% 57% 45%                                                                                                                                 67%
                   60.0%
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                   40.0%
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Room Analysis Charts                                                                           6/25/2009                                                                          BC-Instruct Space Tool Daytime2
                                        Bethany College
                                                  Fall 2008



                           Standard M - R, 8AM-4PM, F 8AM-2-PM
                            General Classroom Room Utilization
                                              All Semester

                      At or Above the 67% Guideline                         3    (7%)


                      At or Below the 30%                                 18     (41%)


                      Fall Between 40% and 60%                            10     (23%)
                      The Time Analysis counts all rooms that were used as General-
                      Purpose classrooms in Fall 2008. The 32 classrooms scheduled by
                      the Registrar, the seminar rooms in Morlan, and the Hurl Auditorium
                      were counted. The total number of rooms was 44.




                           Standard M - R, 8AM-4PM, F 8AM-2-PM
                           General Classroom Station Utilization

                                              All Semester

                      At or Above the 67% Guideline                         5    (11%)


                      At or Below the 50%                                 21     (57%)
                      The Station Analysis determines the average number of seats filled
                      when a classroom is in use. In Fall 2008, 44 rooms were used or
                      classified as general-purpose classrooms. If a classroom was not
                      used during the semester it is not counted in the Station Analysis
                      total. 36 of the 44 rooms held classes.




Gen CR Util Summary                                      6/24/2009                      BC-Instruct Space Tool Daytime2.xlsx
                                            Bethany College
                                  General-Purpose Classrooms Recommendations:
              Current FTE of 821, Based on 38.2 Available Daytime Contact Hours & Non-class Meetings

                                                      Fall 2008

                                      38.2 Available Contact Hours Per Week
                                          M - R, 8AM-4PM, F 8AM-2-PM,
                     Courses (Contact Hours)                        General Purpose Classrooms
                                                                          Recommended
                            Existing
                                          Total Contact Recommended # of Rooms -             Existing
            Class Size     Number of
                                            Hours per       Room Size      Classes Only     Number of
            Category         Course
                                              Week        (# of Stations)       (67%         Rooms
                            Sections
                                                                             Utilization)
               1 - 13           98              255               1 - 15         10                  18

              14 - 20           62              163               16 - 25         7                  12

              21 - 29           37               96               26 - 35         4                  7

              30 - 40           21               53               36 - 49         2                  5

              41 - 65            4               11               50 - 75         1                  1

              66 - 300           2               6            76 - 300            1                  1

                                224             584                              25                  44

          (1) - Based on 67% Station Utilization
                            Number of rooms recommended is greater than existing number of rooms
                            Number of rooms recommended is less than than existing number of rooms
          Projections are based on the Fall 2008 semester as the most recently completed semester that
             typically has the highest room utilization during Bethany College's academic year.




Room Need--Current                                    6/24/2009                       BC-Instruct Space Tool Daytime2.xlsx
                                        Bethany College
                    Classroom ("General Purpose Instructional Space") Recommendations:


                                 Projected Enrollment of 1200 (DAYTIME)


                                    38.2 Available Contact Hours Per Week
                                         M - R, 8AM-4PM, F 8AM-2-PM
                    Courses (Contact Hours)                    General Purpose Classrooms

                                                                      Recommended #
                      Existing Total Projected Total Recommended
       Class Size                                                       of Rooms -     Existing #
                       Class Hours Class Hours per     Room Size
       Category(1)                                                   Classes Only (67% of Rooms
                      per Week (2) & (5) Week (3)    (# of Stations)
                                                                         Utilization)

          1 - 10           199             226                1 - 15            9               18

         11 - 16           147             167               16 - 25            7               12

         17 - 23           100             114               26 - 35            5                7

         24 - 31            80             91                36 - 49            4                5

         32 - 51            52             59                50 - 75            3                1

         52 - 300           6               7                76 - 300           1                1

                           584             664                                  29              44



       (1) - Number of students in the room based on 67% Station Utilization
       (2) - Recalibrated based on 29% Change in Average Class Size (from 14 to 18)
       (3) - Based on 46% Change in Student FTE and 29% Change in Average Class Size


                      Number of rooms recommended is greater than existing number of rooms
                      Number of rooms recommended is less than than existing number of rooms




Room Need--Projected                             6/24/2009              BC-Instruct Space Tool Daytime2.xlsx
  Bethany College                                                                                                                          All Semester, Fall 2008 DAYTIME
  Weekday Space Utilization for General-purpose Classrooms
  Sort Data                                   Room Data                                                   Go to Room Schedule                                Daily Space Utilization for All Semester                                    Daily Station Utilization for All Semester
                                                                                            Ex.                                                                                                               Total
                                     # of
  Room ID      BldgCode   Room#                    RoomType          AreaSF    SF/Occ.    Rooms                Comments                      M        T           W          R          F         S     U   Monday -     M        T           W          R          F         S       U   Total
                                   Stations
                                                                                         included                                                                                                            Friday
 BYRD1        BYRD             1         30   Classroom - general        609        20   B                                                 12.77%   81.82%     12.77%     81.82%     12.77%                  39.27%    40.00%   45.00%      40.00%     46.11%    40.00%                   44.44%
 BYRD3        BYRD             3         18   Classroom - general        475        26   B                                                 0.00%    20.45%     0.00%      20.45%     0.00%                   7.85%     0.00%    55.56%      0.00%      55.56%    0.00%                    55.56%
 HUMM226      HUMM           226         40   Classroom - general        600        15   B                                                 63.83%   88.64%     63.83%     75.00%     63.83%                  70.68%    38.00%   43.08%      38.00%     49.09%    38.00%                   41.48%
 HURL203      HURL           203         30   Classroom - general        782        26   C                                                 38.30%   61.36%     38.30%     61.36%     38.30%                  47.12%    38.89%   41.11%      38.89%     41.11%    38.89%                   40.00%
 HURL211      HURL           211         30   Classroom - general        759        25   C                                                 63.83%   40.91%     63.83%     40.91%     63.83%                  54.97%    68.00%   51.67%      68.00%     51.67%    68.00%                   63.33%
 HURL301      HURL           301         30   Classroom - general        897        30   C                                                 63.83%   40.91%     63.83%     40.91%     63.83%                  54.97%    71.33%   40.00%      71.33%     40.00%    71.33%                   62.38%
 HURLAUD      HURL          AUD          50   Classroom - general       1498        30   E          SF is flr seating only, @ 30 SF/seat   0.00%    0.00%      0.00%      0.00%      0.00%                   0.00%     0.00%    0.00%       0.00%      0.00%     0.00%                    0.00%
 JOHN105      JOHN           105         30   Classroom - general        665        22   C                                                 0.00%    61.36%     0.00%      61.36%     0.00%                   23.56%    0.00%    54.44%      0.00%      54.44%    0.00%                    54.44%
 KIRK105      KIRK           105         36   Classroom - general        504        14   B                                                 63.83%   54.55%     63.83%     68.18%     51.06%                  60.21%    47.78%   44.10%      47.78%     40.83%    38.19%                   43.96%
 KIRK203A     KIRK          203A         20   Classroom - general        367        18   A                                                 0.00%    20.45%     0.00%      20.45%     0.00%                   7.85%     0.00%    80.00%      0.00%      80.00%    0.00%                    80.00%
 KIRK206      KIRK           206         50   Classroom - general        546        11   B                                                 63.83%   61.36%     63.83%     61.36%     63.83%                  62.83%    50.40%   60.00%      50.40%     60.00%    50.40%                   54.00%
 LIBR1        LIBR             1         18   Classroom - general        700        39   C             HESS PERIODICAL ROOM                25.53%   40.91%     25.53%     40.91%     25.53%                  31.41%    36.11%   50.00%      36.11%     50.00%    36.11%                   43.06%
 LIBR2        LIBR             2         15   Classroom - general        324        22   A                                                 76.60%   40.91%     76.60%     40.91%     76.60%                  62.83%    91.11%   70.00%      91.11%     70.00%    91.11%                   85.83%
 MORL1        MORL             1         12   Classroom - general                        A                                                 0.00%    0.00%      0.00%      0.00%      0.00%                   0.00%     0.00%    0.00%       0.00%      0.00%     0.00%                    0.00%
 MORL101      MORL           101          8   Classroom - general                        A                ECON SEMINAR                     0.00%    20.45%     0.00%      0.00%      0.00%                   3.93%     0.00%    87.50%      0.00%      0.00%     0.00%                    87.50%
 MORL112      MORL           112         10   Classroom - general                        A                 RELS SEMINAR                    0.00%    0.00%      0.00%      0.00%      0.00%                   0.00%     0.00%    0.00%       0.00%      0.00%     0.00%                    0.00%
 MORL113      MORL           113         12   Classroom - general        180        15   A             PHILOSOPHY SEMINAR                  0.00%    0.00%      0.00%      0.00%      0.00%                   0.00%     0.00%    0.00%       0.00%      0.00%     0.00%                    0.00%
 MORL118      MORL           118          7   Classroom - general                        A          FOREIGN LANGUAGE SEMINAR               12.77%   0.00%      12.77%     0.00%      12.77%                  7.85%     42.86%   0.00%       42.86%     0.00%     42.86%                   42.86%
 MORL14       MORL            14         12   Classroom - general        264        22   A                                                 76.60%   0.00%      12.77%     0.00%      12.77%                  20.94%    45.83%   0.00%       66.67%     0.00%     66.67%                   51.04%
 MORL204      MORL           204         10   Classroom - general                        A              POLITICAL SCIENCE                  12.77%   0.00%      12.77%     0.00%      12.77%                  7.85%     80.00%   0.00%       80.00%     0.00%     80.00%                   80.00%
 MORL211      MORL           211         12   Classroom - general                        A          POLITICAL SCIENCE SEMINAR              25.53%   27.27%     25.53%     27.27%     25.53%                  26.18%    50.00%   75.00%      50.00%     75.00%    50.00%                   60.00%
 MORL229      MORL           229         14   Classroom - general                        A               ENGLISH SEMINAR                   12.77%   0.00%      12.77%     0.00%      12.77%                  7.85%     42.86%   0.00%       42.86%     0.00%     42.86%                   42.86%
 MORL230      MORL           230         12   Classroom - general                        A              MCGUFFIE SEMINAR                   0.00%    0.00%      0.00%      0.00%      0.00%                   0.00%     0.00%    0.00%       0.00%      0.00%     0.00%                    0.00%
 MORL5        MORL             5         12   Classroom - general        264        22   A                                                 0.00%    0.00%      0.00%      0.00%      0.00%                   0.00%     0.00%    0.00%       0.00%      0.00%     0.00%                    0.00%
 MORL7        MORL             7         12   Classroom - general        224        19   A                                                 0.00%    0.00%      0.00%      0.00%      0.00%                   0.00%     0.00%    0.00%       0.00%      0.00%     0.00%                    0.00%
 OLDM103      OLDM           103         65   Classroom - general       1014        16   D                                                 38.30%   88.64%     38.30%     75.00%     38.30%                  54.97%    63.59%   33.02%      63.59%     35.94%    63.59%                   46.89%
 OLDM104      OLDM           104         50   Classroom - general        756        15   B                 @ 30 SF/PERSON                  38.30%   95.45%     38.30%     95.45%     38.30%                  60.21%    78.00%   66.57%      78.00%     63.14%    78.00%                   70.00%
 OLDM107      OLDM           107         22   Classroom - general        323        15   A                                                 25.53%   61.36%     25.53%     61.36%     25.53%                  39.27%    56.82%   28.79%      56.82%     28.79%    56.82%                   40.00%
 OLDM108      OLDM           108         21   Classroom - general        350        17   A                                                 25.53%   61.36%     25.53%     61.36%     25.53%                  39.27%    19.05%   47.62%      19.05%     47.62%    19.05%                   36.19%
 OLDM109      OLDM           109         50   Classroom - general        783        16   C                                                 38.30%   68.18%     38.30%     68.18%     38.30%                  49.74%    59.33%   36.40%      59.33%     35.60%    59.33%                   47.05%
 OLDM203      OLDM           203         42   Classroom - general        891        21   D                                                 38.30%   54.55%     38.30%     54.55%     38.30%                  44.50%    56.35%   30.65%      56.35%     30.65%    56.35%                   44.26%
 OLDM212      OLDM           212         30   Classroom - general        812        27   C                                                 63.83%   61.36%     38.30%     61.36%     25.53%                  49.74%    28.67%   36.67%      38.89%     36.67%    48.33%                   36.14%
 RICH104      RICH           104         52   Classroom - general        936        18   D                                                 63.83%   40.91%     63.83%     68.18%     63.83%                  60.21%    19.23%   18.59%      19.23%     19.62%    19.23%                   19.23%
 RICH110      RICH           110         33   Classroom - general        702        21   B                 @ 30 SF/PERSON                  63.83%   81.82%     63.83%     68.18%     63.83%                  68.06%    67.27%   52.02%      67.27%     54.55%    67.27%                   61.31%
 RICH115      RICH           115         27   Classroom - general        450        17   A                                                 25.53%   40.91%     25.53%     40.91%     25.53%                  31.41%    38.89%   46.91%      38.89%     46.91%    38.89%                   42.90%
 RICH201      RICH           201         45   Classroom - general        728        16   B                 @ 30 SF/PERSON                  51.06%   54.55%     51.06%     54.55%     51.06%                  52.36%    38.33%   34.17%      38.33%     34.17%    38.33%                   36.67%
 RICH21       RICH            21         50   Classroom - general       1222        24   D                                                 51.06%   47.73%     38.30%     34.09%     51.06%                  44.50%    27.50%   37.43%      30.67%     41.20%    27.50%                   32.12%
 RICH29       RICH            29         20   Classroom - computer       780        39   B                                                 12.77%   20.45%     12.77%     20.45%     12.77%                  15.71%    40.00%   85.00%      40.00%     85.00%    40.00%                   62.50%
 RICH31       RICH            31         25   Classroom - computer      1040        42   B                                                 25.53%   34.09%     25.53%     34.09%     25.53%                  28.80%    38.00%   40.00%      38.00%     40.00%    38.00%                   38.91%
 RICHWLH      RICH          WLH         228   Lecture Hall              3132        14   F                                                 38.30%   47.73%     38.30%     34.09%     38.30%                  39.27%    18.27%   15.54%      18.27%     14.74%    18.27%                   17.05%
 STEI105      STEI           105         42   Classroom - general        600        14   B                                                 89.36%   75.00%     89.36%     75.00%     63.83%                  78.53%    45.24%   35.93%      45.24%     43.29%    35.71%                   41.59%
 STEI200      STEI           200         40   Classroom - general        912        23   D                                                 25.53%   54.55%     25.53%     54.55%     25.53%                  36.65%    70.00%   49.06%      70.00%     38.44%    70.00%                   55.00%
 STEI213      STEI           213         22   Classroom - general        304        14   A                                                 38.30%   81.82%     38.30%     81.82%     38.30%                  54.97%    42.42%   50.38%      42.42%     50.38%    42.42%                   46.97%
 STEI214      STEI           214         26   Classroom - general        494        19   B                                                 12.77%   68.18%     12.77%     68.18%     12.77%                  34.03%    73.08%   53.85%      73.08%     55.38%    73.08%                   58.88%




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  Sort Data                                     Room Data                                                          Go to Room Schedule                         Daily Space Utilization for All Semester                                    Daily Station Utilization for All Semester
                                                                                             Ex.                                                                                                               Total
                                       # of
  Room ID     BldgCode   Room#                        RoomType          AreaSF    SF/Occ. Rooms                        Comments               M         T            W          R          F         S    U   Monday -     M        T           W          R          F         S       U    Total
                                     Stations
                                                                                          included                                                                                                             Friday

  Weekday Space Utilization for Specialized Instructional Spaces
 BYRD2    BYRD                   2           6 SPLab - computer             209          35              6 COMPUTERS                        0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 CRAM202 CRAM                  202          16 SPLab - dept. specific                                               4 MACs                  0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 CRAMMCLC CRAM              MCLC            18 SPLab - dept. specific                                                4 PCs                  38.30%    13.64%       25.53%    13.64%     25.53%                23.56%     40.74%   38.89%      66.67%     38.89%    27.78%                   43.21%
 EQUCTR   EQU                 CTR              SPLab - dept. specific                                    EQUESTRIAN CENTER                  25.53%    54.55%       25.53%    27.27%     51.06%                36.65%                                                                        #DIV/0!
 HUMMFLDH HUMM              FLDH               SPLab - dept. specific                                    FIELDHOUSE                         12.77%    0.00%        12.77%    0.00%      12.77%                7.85%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 HUMMGYM HUMM                GYM               SP-Gymnasium                                                                                 12.77%    20.45%       12.77%    20.45%     12.77%                15.71%                                                                        #DIV/0!
 HUMMTRRMHUMM               TRRM               SPLab - dept. specific                                    TRAINING ROOM                      12.77%    0.00%        12.77%    0.00%      12.77%                7.85%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 JOHN202A JOHN               202A           40 SP-Art Studio                978          24                                                 0.00%     20.45%       0.00%     20.45%     0.00%                 7.85%               40.00%                 40.00%                             40.00%
 JOHN202B JOHN               202B           22 SP-Art Studio                760          35              PRINTMAKING                        12.77%    0.00%        12.77%    0.00%      12.77%                7.85%      45.45%               45.45%               45.45%                   45.45%
 JOHN207  JOHN                 207           8 SPLab - dept. specific       180          23              COMM LAB                           0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 JOHN209  JOHN                 209           5 SPLab - computer             263          53                                                 0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 JOHN214  JOHN                 214          12 SPLab - dept. specific       265          22                                                 0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 JOHN301  JOHN                 301          19 SP-Art Studio               3195         168              DRAWING                            25.53%    20.45%       25.53%    34.09%     25.53%                26.18%     86.84%    84.21%     86.84%     58.95%    86.84%                    79.47%
 JOHNCERA JOHN              CERA            15 SP-Art Studio                561          37              CERAMICS STUDIO                    0.00%     40.91%       0.00%     40.91%     0.00%                 15.71%              106.67%               106.67%                             106.67%
 JOHNTV   JOHN                  TV             SPLab - dept. specific       878                          TV STUDIO AND CONTROL ROOM         0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 KIRK104  KIRK                 104          20 SPLab - biology              960          48              HORTICULTURE AND ECOLOGY           38.30%    81.82%       25.53%    54.55%     25.53%                44.50%     30.00%   58.33% 100.00%         22.50%    85.00%                   52.94%
 KIRK109  KIRK                 109          18 SPLab - biology              713          40                                                 0.00%     81.82%       38.30%    40.91%     38.30%                39.27%              75.00% 133.33%         55.56%    77.78%                   83.33%
 KIRK203D KIRK               203D           20 SPLab - psych                560          28              PSYCHOLOGY (20 PCs)                25.53%    27.27%       25.53%    27.27%     0.00%                 20.94%     110.00% 120.00% 100.00%         35.00%                             91.25%
 KIRK207  KIRK                 207             SPLab - biology             1012                          MICROBIOLOGY                       0.00%     0.00%        38.30%    0.00%      0.00%                 7.85%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 PHILMAX PHIL                MAX               SPMeeting Room                                            NOT AN INSTRUCTION SPACE           0.00%     20.45%       0.00%     20.45%     0.00%                 7.85%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 PHILRN-2 PHIL               RN-2              SP-Performing Arts                                        NOT AN INSTRUCTION SPACE           0.00%     13.64%       0.00%     13.64%     0.00%                 5.24%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 RICH111  RICH                 111             SPLab - chemistry           1456                                                             38.30%    0.00%        38.30%    0.00%      0.00%                 15.71%                                                                        #DIV/0!
 RICH114  RICH                 114             SPLab - chemistry           1456                                                             0.00%     40.91%       0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 7.85%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 RICH18   RICH                  18             SPLab - dept. specific       624                                                             0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 RICH19   RICH                  19             SPLab - physics             1222                                                             25.53%    0.00%        76.60%    54.55%     51.06%                41.88%                                                                        #DIV/0!
 RICH208  RICH                 208             SPLab - chemistry           1248                                                             0.00%     40.91%       0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 7.85%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 RICH211  RICH                 211             SPLab - chemistry           1456                                                             51.06%    81.82%       51.06%    13.64%     51.06%                49.74%                                                                        #DIV/0!
 RICH212  RICH                 212             SPLab - chemistry           1456                                                             38.30%    0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 7.85%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 STEI203  STEI                 203          53 SP-Music Room               1058          20                                                 0.00%     13.64%       0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 2.62%               7.55%                                                     7.55%
 STEI209  STEI                 209             SP-Music Room                165                          PRACTICE ROOM                      0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 STEI210  STEI                 210             SP-Music Room                136                          PRACTICE ROOM                      0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 STEI211  STEI                 211             SP-Music Room                175                          PRACTICE ROOM                      0.00%     0.00%        0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 0.00%
 STEI212  STEI                 212             SP-Music Room                175                          PRACTICE ROOM                      12.77%    13.64%       0.00%     0.00%      0.00%                 5.24%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 STEIWAIL STEI               WAIL          200 SP-Performing Arts          2080          10              200 SEATS IN HOUSE                 25.53%    20.45%       25.53%    20.45%     25.53%                23.56%     2.25%    5.00%       2.25%      5.00%      2.25%                   3.17%
 TPJFITC  TPJ                FITC              Weightroom                                                FITNESS CENTER                     38.30%    40.91%       38.30%    40.91%     38.30%                39.27%                                                                        #DIV/0!
 TPJGYM   TPJ                GYM               SP-Gymnasium                                                                                 25.53%    0.00%        25.53%    0.00%      25.53%                15.71%                                                                        #DIV/0!
 TPJPOOL TPJ                POOL               SPLab - dept. specific                                    POOL                               12.77%    0.00%        12.77%    0.00%      12.77%                7.85%                                                                         #DIV/0!
 TPJRCRT TPJ                RCRT               SPLab - dept. specific                                    RACQUETBALL COURT                  12.77%    20.45%       12.77%    20.45%     12.77%                15.71%                                                                        #DIV/0!



                         Classroom Room Time and Station Utilization              Lab Time Utilization                                               SF/Occupant
                                     <= 30% utilization                                       <= 10% utilization                                               less than 20sf/occupant - indicates
                                     Between 31% - 49% utilization                            Between 11% - 29% utilization                                    a room that may be tight on space
                                     Between 50% - 66% utilization                            Between 30% - 51% utilization                                    unless a lecture hall
                                     67% utilization and above                                52% utilization and above


 1. Room Size is based on information provided by Bethany College, floor plans, and Performa Higher Education measurements.
 2. Reported Room Capacity is based on information provided by Bethany College Registrar.
 3. Sq. Ft./Occupant is Room Size divided by Number of Stations.
 4. Classroom Utilization is the percent of time a room is scheduled -- a comparison of the the actual number of class hours that are scheduled in a given room with the total number of hours the room is assumed to be available.
    As reported in Survey of Space and Utilization Standards and Guidelines in the Fifty States , a report of MGT Consultants, Inc., prepared for and published by the California Postsecondary Education Commission in 1990,
   room utilization "normally ranges from 67 to 75 percent." Performa Higher Education recommends a minimum of 67% for small private colleges and universities.
 5. Classroom Station Utilization is the percent of stations occupied when a room is being used -- a comparison of the average class size housed in a given room with the total number of seats available in that space.
    As reported in Survey of Space and Utilization Standards and Guidelines in the Fifty States , a report of MGT Consultants, Inc., prepared for and published by the California Postsecondary Education Commission in 1990,
   "60 to 70 percent is the normal range" for station utilization. Performa Higher Education recommends the benchmark of 67% for small private colleges and universities.
 6. As reported in Survey of Space and Utilization Standards and Guidelines in the Fifty States , specialized instructional space room utilization ranged from 40% - 53.3%. Performa HE recommends a minimum of 52% for small, private institutions.
 7. Specialized instructional space Station Utilization averages ranged from 80% - 85% for upper and lower class courses respectively, as reported in Survey of Space and Utilization Standards and Guidelines in the Fifty States .
   Performa Higher Education recommends a minimum of 80% for small private colleges and universities.


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      CAMPUS MASTER PLAN                                                              Bethany College
      FACILITY USE BREAKDOWN                                                                   1250        1500
                                                                                                       Student Headcount                             925
      ATTACHMENT A: INVENTORY OF EXISTING FACILITIES                                                        Gross to NASF Factor                         1.3

      For each of the Institution's facilities, fill in the information. Select construction type using the down arrow button on the right
      side of the cell. Select the top five functions housed in the building and assign a percentage of the total square feet
      proportional to how much space each function occupies. For General-use and Special-use add description of function in
      the comments categorySee example below.
                                                                                                      DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.           ORIG.      DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS         CONSTR.     REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                                   1. Conc./Block with
Performa Hall                                                100000                        4            1920         2000
                                                                                                                                   brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF         COMMENTS

  1   100 Classrooms                                             30%         30,000        23,077
  2   200a Class Laboratories                                    30%         30,000        23,077
  3   200b Open Laboratories                                     20%         20,000        15,385
  4   500b Special use                                           10%         10,000         7,692 Student Counseling
  5   600a General use facilities                                10%         10,000         7,692 gallery
                                                                100%                       76,923

                                                                                                      DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.           ORIG.      DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS         CONSTR.     REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                                   1. Conc./Block with
Benedum Commons                                              36,897                        2            1968         2008
                                                                                                                                   brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF         COMMENTS

  1   600b Dining/Kitchen/Servery                                60%         22,138        17,029
  2   600f Bookstore                                             10%          3,690         2,838
  3   300b Administration/Staff Office space                     10%          3,690         2,838
  4   600a General use facilities                                10%          3,690         2,838 Boomers snack bar, lounge
  5   700b Central storage                                       10%          3,690         2,838 kitchen storage
                                                                100%                       28,382




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                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                           1. Conc./Block with
Bethany House                                              27,204                        4          1949
                                                                                                                           brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF     COMMENTS
  1 300b Administration/Staff Office space                      60%        16,322        12,556 Admissions, Student Life, Registrar
  2 500b Special use                                            25%         6,801         5,232 Student Counseling, Gallery
  3 600a General use facilities                                 15%         4,081         3,139 Radio, SGA
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                       20,926

                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                           1. Conc./Block with
Millsop Center                                             15,868                        1          1975
                                                                                                                           brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF     COMMENTS

  1 300b Administration/Staff Office space                      10%         1,587         1,221 Conference Center
  2 600a General use facilities                                 90%        14,281        10,986
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                       12,206

                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                           1. Conc./Block with
Gresham Inn                                                31,848                        1          1975
                                                                                                                           brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF     COMMENTS

  1 900b Non-student residential                                90%        28,663        22,049 Motel owned by College
  2 500b Special use                                             5%         1,592         1,225
  3 300b Administration/Staff Office space                       5%         1,592         1,225
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                       24,498




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                                                                                                    DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                             1. Conc./Block with
Steinman Hall                                                23,832                        2          1974
                                                                                                                             brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1   100 Classrooms                                             13%          3,098         2,383
  2   300a Academic/Faculty Office space                         10%          2,383         1,833
  3   500b Special use                                           17%          4,051         3,116
  4   600a General use facilities                                50%         11,916         9,166 Theater and theater support
  5   200a Class Laboratories                                    10%          2,383         1,833
                                                                100%                       18,332

                                                                                                    DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                             1. Conc./Block with
Richardson Science                                           43,523                        3          1964
                                                                                                                             brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 100 Classrooms                                                30%        13,057        10,044
  2 200a Class Laboratories                                       40%        17,409        13,392
  3 300a Academic/Faculty Office space                            30%        13,057        10,044
  4                                                                               0             0
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                       33,479

                                                                                                    DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                             1. Conc./Block with
Phillips Memorial Library                                    22,647                        2          1960        1995
                                                                                                                             brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1   400a Library                                                72%        16,306        12,543 library stacks and study seating
  2   300b Administration/Staff Office space                      12%         2,718         2,090 IT & library staff
  3   100 Classrooms                                               6%         1,359         1,045
  4   500b Special use                                            10%         2,265         1,742 archives, chapel
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                       17,421




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                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                              AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                 SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                            1. Conc./Block with
Morlan Hall                                                   40,992                        4          1962
                                                                                                                            brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                              % of total   ASSIGNED
       select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

   1   100 Classrooms                                             10%          4,099         3,153
   2   300a Academic/Faculty Office space                         50%         20,496        15,766
   3   500b Special use                                           10%          4,099         3,153 lounge
   4   900b Non-student residential                                1%            410           315
   5   000 Inactive/alteration                                    29%         11,888         9,144
                                                                 100%                       31,532

                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                              AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                 SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                            1. Conc./Block with
Harlan Hall                                                   13,860                        3          1962
                                                                                                                            brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                              % of total   ASSIGNED
       select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

   1 900a Student residential                                      95%        13,167        10,128
   2 600a General use facilities                                    5%           693           533
   3                                                                               0             0
   4                                                                               0             0
   5                                                                               0             0
                                                                 100%                       10,662

                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                              AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                 SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                            1. Conc./Block with
Phillips Hall                                                 40,970                        3          1890
                                                                                                                            brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                              % of total   ASSIGNED
       select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

   1 900a Student residential                                      70%        28,679        22,061
   2 600a General use facilities                                   25%        10,243         7,879 Maxwell's & Renner Too
   3 900b Non-student residential                                   5%         2,049         1,576
   4                                                                               0             0
   5                                                                               0             0
                                                                 100%                       31,515




6/24/2009                                                             Space Analysis Calculator                                             4 of 16
                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.          ORIG.      DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.     REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                               1. Conc./Block with
Cramblet Hall                                                14,922                        3           1954
                                                                                                                               brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1   300a Academic/Faculty Office space                          15%         2,238         1,722   Administrative Support, Gary
  2   300b Administration/Staff Office space                      60%         8,953         6,887   Business Office & VP of Finance
  3   400e Academic Support & Study Lounges                       15%         2,238         1,722   Academic Support and Writing Center
  4   000 Inactive/alteration                                     10%         1,492         1,148   old Boardroom
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                       11,478

                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.          ORIG.      DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.     REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                               1. Conc./Block with
Old Main                                                     32,170                    3 + attic       1858        1984
                                                                                                                               brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1   300a Academic/Faculty Office space                         15%          4,826         3,712   Dean of Faculty
  2   300b Administration/Staff Office space                     20%          6,434         4,949   President Office
  3   100 Classrooms                                             25%          8,043         6,187
  4   600a General use facilities                                35%         11,260         8,661   Boardroom, meeting rooms
  5   700a Support facilities                                     5%          1,609         1,237   print shop, lower level support spaces
                                                                100%                       24,746

                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.          ORIG.      DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.     REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                               1. Conc./Block with
Commencement Hall                                             4,840                        1           1871
                                                                                                                               brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 600a General use facilities                                 100%          4,840         3,723
  2                                                                               0             0
  3                                                                               0             0
  4                                                                               0             0
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                        3,723




6/24/2009                                                            Space Analysis Calculator                                                 5 of 16
                                                                                                    DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                            1. Conc./Block with
Kirkpatrick Hall and Weimer Vivarium                         22,638                        3          1858        1998
                                                                                                                            brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1   300a Academic/Faculty Office space                         20%          4,528         3,483 offices
  2   200a Class Laboratories                                    40%          9,055         6,966
  3   100 Classrooms                                             15%          3,396         2,612
  4   500b Special use                                           20%          4,528         3,483
  5   000 Inactive/alteration                                     5%          1,132           871 cubicles 3rd floor
                                                                100%                       17,414

                                                                                                    DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                            1. Conc./Block with
Johnson Art Center                                           10,948                        3          1959
                                                                                                                            brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1   100 Classrooms                                               8%           876           674
  2   300a Academic/Faculty Office space                          15%         1,642         1,263
  3   500b Special use                                            12%         1,314         1,011
  4   200a Class Laboratories                                     65%         7,116         5,474
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                        8,422

                                                                                                    DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                            1. Conc./Block with
Cochran Hall                                                 15,535                        4          1921
                                                                                                                            brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS
  1 000 Inactive/alteration                                     100%         15,535        11,950 Will be renovated for student dorm
  2                                                                               0             0
  3                                                                               0             0
  4                                                                               0             0
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                       11,950




6/24/2009                                                            Space Analysis Calculator                                              6 of 16
                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                          1. Conc./Block with
Campbell Hall                                              22,716                        3          1964
                                                                                                                          brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 700b Central storage                                        80%        18,173        13,979 Physical Plant Building
  2 300b Administration/Staff Office space                      15%         3,407         2,621
  3 700a Support facilities                                      5%         1,136           874
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                       17,474

                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                          1. Conc./Block with
Main Boiler House                                           2,886                                   1969
                                                                                                                          brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 700a Support facilities                                   100%          2,886         2,220
  2                                                                             0             0
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                        2,220

                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                          5. Metal with siding
Maintenance Center                                          7,500                        1          1969
                                                                                                                               material


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 700a Support facilities                                   100%          7,500         5,769
  2                                                                             0             0
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                        5,769




6/24/2009                                                          Space Analysis Calculator                                               7 of 16
                                                                                                    DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                        2. Wood with brick/stone
Erickson Alumni Center                                        7,920                        1          1964
                                                                                                                                veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 300b Administration/Staff Office space                        25%         1,980         1,523
  2 900b Non-student residential                                  40%         3,168         2,437
  3 500b Special use                                              35%         2,772         2,132
  4                                                                               0             0
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                        6,092

                                                                                                    DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                          4. Wood with siding
Campbell Mansion                                              7,660                        2
                                                                                                                               material


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 300b Administration/Staff Office space                         5%           383           295
  2 500b Special use                                              95%         7,277         5,598
  3                                                                               0             0
  4                                                                               0             0
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                        5,892

                                                                                                    DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                          1. Conc./Block with
Hummel Field House                                           24,124                        1          1959
                                                                                                                          brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1   100 Classrooms                                               4%           965           742
  2   300b Administration/Staff Office space                      26%         6,272         4,825
  3   500a Athletic                                               60%        14,474        11,134
  4   300a Academic/Faculty Office space                          10%         2,412         1,856
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                       18,557




6/24/2009                                                            Space Analysis Calculator                                             8 of 16
                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                         5. Metal with siding
Johnson Recreation Center                                  52,000                      1 to 2       2000
                                                                                                                              material


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 300a Academic/Faculty Office space                           5%         2,600         2,000
  2 500a Athletic                                               95%        49,400        38,000
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                       40,000

                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                        1. Conc./Block with
Goodnight Hall                                              8,190                        2          1969
                                                                                                                        brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                  100%          8,190         6,300
  2                                                                             0             0
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                        6,300

                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                        1. Conc./Block with
Woolery Hall                                                8,190                        2          1969
                                                                                                                        brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                  100%          8,190         6,300
  2                                                                             0             0
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                        6,300




6/24/2009                                                          Space Analysis Calculator                                              9 of 16
                                                                                                   DATE OF
                                                            AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                               SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                        3. Metal with brick/stone
Byrd Health and Wellness Center                              7,732                        1          1969
                                                                                                                                 veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                            % of total   ASSIGNED
     select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 100 Classrooms                                               20%         1,546         1,190
  2 300b Administration/Staff Office space                       15%         1,160           892
  3 800 Health care facilities                                   65%         5,026         3,866
  4                                                                              0             0
  5                                                                              0             0
                                                               100%                        5,948

                                                                                                   DATE OF
                                                            AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                               SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                          4. Wood with siding
Alpha XI Delta                                               6,020                        2          1969
                                                                                                                               material


FUNCTIONS

                                                            % of total   ASSIGNED
     select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                   100%          6,020         4,631
  2                                                                              0             0
  3                                                                              0             0
  4                                                                              0             0
  5                                                                              0             0
                                                               100%                        4,631

                                                                                                   DATE OF
                                                            AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                               SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                          4. Wood with siding
Alpha Sigma Phi                                              6,020                        2          1969
                                                                                                                               material


FUNCTIONS

                                                            % of total   ASSIGNED
     select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                   100%          6,020         4,631
  2                                                                              0             0
  3                                                                              0             0
  4                                                                              0             0
  5                                                                              0             0
                                                               100%                        4,631




6/24/2009                                                           Space Analysis Calculator                                             10 of 16
                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                        4. Wood with siding
Zeta Tau Alpha                                              6,020                        2          1969
                                                                                                                             material


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                  100%          6,020         4,631
  2                                                                             0             0
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                        4,631

                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                        4. Wood with siding
Phi Mu                                                      6,020                        2          1969
                                                                                                                             material


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                  100%          6,020         4,631
  2                                                                             0             0
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                        4,631

                                                                                                  DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                        1. Conc./Block with
Harder Hall                                                 4,821                        1          1982
                                                                                                                        brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 600a General use facilities                               100%          4,821         3,708
  2                                                                             0             0
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                        3,708




6/24/2009                                                          Space Analysis Calculator                                           11 of 16
                                                                                                   DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.          ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                       2. Wood with brick/stone
Campbell Village 1                                         126,080                       3           2000
                                                                                                                               veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF        COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                  100%        126,080        96,985
  2                                                                             0             0
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                       96,985

                                                                                                   DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.          ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*

Campbell Village 2                                                                       3           2000


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF        COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                  100%               0             0
  2                                                                              0             0
  3                                                                              0             0
  4                                                                              0             0
  5                                                                              0             0
                                                              100%                             0

                                                                                                   DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.          ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*

Campbell Village 3                                                                       4           2000


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF        COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                  100%               0             0
  2                                                                              0             0
  3                                                                              0             0
  4                                                                              0             0
  5                                                                              0             0
                                                              100%                             0




6/24/2009                                                          Space Analysis Calculator                                            12 of 16
                                                                                                   DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.          ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*

Campbell Village 4                                                                       4           2000


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF        COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                  100%               0             0
  2                                                                              0             0
  3                                                                              0             0
  4                                                                              0             0
  5                                                                              0             0
                                                              100%                             0

                                                                                                   DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.          ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                         1. Conc./Block with
Cummins Community Center                                    5,600                        2           1969       2005
                                                                                                                         brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF        COMMENTS

  1 300b Administration/Staff Office space                      10%           560           431
  2 600a General use facilities                                 80%         4,480         3,446
  3 500a Athletic                                               10%           560           431
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                        4,308

                                                                                                   DATE OF
                                                           AREA                        NO.          ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                              SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                         4. Wood with siding
Faculty Apartments                                          6,330                        2           2000
                                                                                                                              material


FUNCTIONS

                                                           % of total   ASSIGNED
    select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF        COMMENTS

  1 900b Non-student residential                              100%          6,330         4,869
  2                                                                             0             0
  3                                                                             0             0
  4                                                                             0             0
  5                                                                             0             0
                                                              100%                        4,869




6/24/2009                                                          Space Analysis Calculator                                            13 of 16
                                                                                                       DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.            ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS          CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                             4. Wood with siding
Renner Visitor Center                                         3,200                        2
                                                                                                                                  material


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF          COMMENTS

  1 300b Administration/Staff Office space                        15%           480           369
  2 600a General use facilities                                   85%         2,720         2,092
  3                                                                               0             0
  4                                                                               0             0
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                        2,462

                                                                                                       DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.            ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS          CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                              1. Conc./Block with
Hurl Education Center                                        30,000                        3             1925
                                                                                                                              brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF          COMMENTS

  1   100 Classrooms                                              25%         7,500         5,769 classrooms and auditorium
  2   300a Academic/Faculty Office space                          25%         7,500         5,769
  3   500a Athletic                                               25%         7,500         5,769
  4   500b Special use                                            25%         7,500         5,769 daycare
  5   000Inactive/alteration                                                      0             0
                                                                100%                       23,077

                                                                                                       DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.            ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS          CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                              1. Conc./Block with
Campbell Mansion - Campbell Study                              226                         1             1886
                                                                                                                              brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF          COMMENTS

  1 500b Special use                                            100%            226              174
  2                                                                               0                0
  3                                                                               0                0
  4                                                                               0                0
  5                                                                               0                0
                                                                100%                             174




6/24/2009                                                            Space Analysis Calculator                                               14 of 16
                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                              AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                 SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                           4. Wood with siding
Barn                                                           4,250                        1          1911
                                                                                                                                material


FUNCTIONS

                                                              % of total   ASSIGNED
       select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 700b Central storage                                         100%          4,250         3,269
  2                                                                                0             0
  3                                                                                0             0
  4                                                                                0             0
  5                                                                                0             0
                                                                 100%                        3,269

                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                              AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                 SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                           1. Conc./Block with
President's Home                                               9,774                                   1951
                                                                                                                           brick/stone veneer


FUNCTIONS

                                                              % of total   ASSIGNED
       select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 900b Non-student residential                                 100%          9,774         7,518
  2                                                                                0             0
  3                                                                                0             0
  4                                                                                0             0
  5                                                                                0             0
                                                                 100%                        7,518



                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                              AREA                        NO.         ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                 SQ.FT.                    FLOORS       CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                           4. Wood with siding
Phi Kappa Tau                                                  6,020                        2          1969
                                                                                                                                material


FUNCTIONS

                                                              % of total   ASSIGNED
       select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF       COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                     100%          6,020         4,631
  2                                                                                0             0
  3                                                                                0             0
  4                                                                                0             0
  5                                                                                0             0
                                                                 100%                        4,631




6/24/2009                                                             Space Analysis Calculator                                           15 of 16
                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.          ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*
                                                                                                                           4. Wood with siding
Delta Tau Delta                                               6,020                        2           1969
                                                                                                                                material


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF        COMMENTS

  1 900a Student residential                                    100%          6,020         4,631
  2                                                                               0             0
  3                                                                               0             0
  4                                                                               0             0
  5                                                                               0             0
                                                                100%                        4,631

                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.          ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*

Delta Tau Delta Founder's House                                                            3           1857       2007


FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF        COMMENTS

  1 900b Non-student residential                                  20%              0             0
  2 500b Special use                                              80%              0             0
  3                                                                                0             0
  4                                                                                0             0
  5                                                                                0             0
                                                                100%                             0

                                                                                                     DATE OF
                                                             AREA                        NO.          ORIG.     DATES OF
BUILDING NAME                                                SQ.FT.                    FLOORS        CONSTR.    REN./ADD. SELECT CONST. TYPE*




FUNCTIONS

                                                             % of total   ASSIGNED
      select function using button at right of cells below      SF           SF          NASF        COMMENTS

  1                                                                                0             0
  2                                                                                0             0
  3                                                                                0             0
  4                                                                                0             0
  5                                                                                0             0
      BELOW 100%                                                   0%                            0




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            CAMPUS MASTER PLAN                                                                                                                  Bethany College
            FACILITY USE BREAKDOWN
            ATTACHMENT A: INVENTORY OF EXISTING FACILITIES SUMMARY

                                                                                                            Fall 2008 Heads      925           Year 5 Heads              1250        Year 10 Heads             1500


                                                                         Bethany Actual
                                                                                        SCUP 2007 CFI
                                                                             NASF
                                                     Bethany Gross                       Report (Mean Bethany NASF/ Bethany @ SCUP                 Bethany          Bethany @ SCUP       Bethany          Bethany @ SCUP
USE (FICM CATEGORIES)                                 SF/Category                       NASF/Student)    Student    NASF/Student                 NASF/Student       NASF/Student       NASF/Student       NASF/Student

   100       Classrooms                                      43,938              33,799         26                 37                  9,749                  27             1,299                   23           -5,201
  200a       Class Laboratories                              35,964              27,664         18                 30              11,014                     22             5,164                   18               664
  200b       Open Laboratories                                      0                  0         4                                 -3,700                       0           -5,000                    0           -6,000
  200c       Research Laboratories                                  0                  0         9                                 -8,325                       0          -11,250                    0          -13,500
   300       Offices                                       117,221               90,170         52                 97              42,070                     72            25,170                   60           12,170
     300a    Academic/Faculty Office space          61,682              47,448                                                          0                      0                 0                    0                0
     300b    Administration/Staff Office space      55,539              42,722                                                          0                      0                 0                    0                0
   400       Study facilities                                18,544              14,265         29                 15             -12,560                     11           -21,985                   10          -29,235
     400a    Library                                16,306              12,543                                                          0                      0                 0                    0                0
     400e    Academic Support & Study Lounges       2,238               1,722                                                           0                      0                 0                    0                0
  500a       Athletic                                        71,934              55,334         36                 60              22,034                     44            10,334                   37            1,334
  500b       Special use                                     42,425              32,635         22                 35              12,285                     26             5,135                   22               -365
   600       General Use Facilities                          98,851              76,040         40                 82              39,040                     61            26,040                   51           16,040
     600a    General use facilities                 73,024              56,172                                                          0                      0                 0                    0                0
     600b    Dining/Kitchen/Servery                 22,138              17,029                                                          0                      0                 0                    0                0
     600f    Bookstore                              3,690               2,838                                                           0                      0                 0                    0                0
  700a       Support facilities                              13,130              10,100         18                 11              -6,550                       8          -12,400                    7          -16,900
  700b       Central storage                                 26,113              20,087          9                 22              11,762                     16             8,837                   13            6,587
  700c       Vehicular storage                                      0                 0          1                 0                   -925                     0           -1,250                    0           -1,500
   800       Health care facilities                           5,026               3,866          2                 4                   2,016                    3            1,366                    3               866
  900a       Student residential                           220,426            169,558           138               183              41,908                     136           -2,942               113             -37,442
  900b       Non-student residential                         50,394              38,764         11                 42              28,589                     31            25,014                   26           22,264
   000       Inactive/alteration                            30,047             23,113            4                 25             19,413                      18            18,113                   15           17,113
                                       Total               774,013            595,395                                            207,820                                    71,645                               -33,105

Comparison uses the Society for College and Univeristy Planning, "Campus Facilities Inventory (CFI) 2007 CFI Report," Table 15
Recommended
Bethany House and Benedum
Admissions/Financial Aid        5 Counselors                            5             150       750
                                Admision Dir                            1             150       150
new                             FA dir                                  1             150       150
1 new                           3 FA                                    3             150       450
                                director Ops                            1             100       100
                                data support                            2              50       100
                                Call Center                            12              50       600
                                Visit Coordinator                       1             100       100
                                Waiting                                 2             200       400
                                Workroom                                1             600       600
                                Conference                              1             450       450
                                Support/Storage                         1            1200     1,200
                                Net                                                           5,050   1.35    6,818

Registrar                       Registrar                               1              200      200
                                Assist Registrar                        1              150      150
                                Secretary                               1              100      100
                                Waiting                                 1              200      200
                                Support/Storage                         1              600      600
                                Net                                                           1,250   1.35    1,688

Business Office                 Business Office                                               4,000
                                based on existing in Cramblet
                                Net                                                           4,000   1.35    5,400

Archives                        Upper Ohio Valley                        1            1200    1,200
                                Basement Archives                        1             700      700
                                Campbell Collection                      1            1800    1,800
                                Net                                                           3,700   1.35    4,995

Renovated Dining Rooms          Dining Rooms                                                  3,100   1.35    4,185
                                Kitchen                                                       1,000   1.35    1,350
                                Net                                                           4,100   1.35    5,535

Executive VP & HR               Exec. VP/HR/rest of 3rd flr Cramblet people
                                based on existing in Cramblet
                                Net                                                           3,000   1.35    4,050

IA & Alumni                     based on Erickson
                                Net                                                           5,867   1.35    7,920

Art Gallery                     Renner                                                        4,500
                                Net                                                           4,500   1.35    6,075

Church Relations                ofiice                                                          200

                                Net                                                            200    1.35     270


Bethany House and Benedum Summary
Benedum                         Existing Net                                                 27,326   1.35   36,890
Bethany House                   Existing Net                                                 20,151   1.35   27,204
Estimated Total Available Net                                                                47,477          64,094

                                Proposed for Bethany House/Benedum                           31,667   1.35   42,750
                                                                              Difference     15,810
Cochran
Cochran    Existing Net                                           11,507   1.35   15,535
           Student Housing            72 beds


Erickson
Erickson   Housing                                                 5,867   1.35    7,920
                                       number of beds at 350 sf       23


Cramblet
Cramblet   Student Success



Hurl
Hurl       Remains Education and Daycare
Bethany College
                                                              Number of                                       Net
                                                                            NSF/ Space   NSF
                                                               spaces                                      Assignable
Space Program for the Village

Village Market
                 Bookstore                                        1              5,000    5,000
                        Bookstore
                        Office
                        Convenience Store
                        Storage
                 Security offices                                 2                150     300
                        Waiting area/file area/recep              1                200     200
                 Lounge                                           1                500     500
                 Support
                        Mail Center                               1                500      500
                        Storage                                   1                200      200
                        Receiving                                 1                300      300
Total                                             Net Assignable SF                       7,000

                  1.35 Gross Factor - Circ., Toilets, Mech.       Net SF                  9,450
                  1.04 Exterior Walls                           Gross SF                  9,830   10,769

Village Bistro
                 Cafeteria                                       1              21,000   21,000                         20575 net at Benedum
                        Offices
                        Storage and Freezer
                        Dining
                        Kitchen and Servery
                 Student Org                                     1               1,200    1,200
                 Student Activities                              1               1,000    1,000
                 Radio                                           1               1,000    1,000
                 Late night/coffee house/Lounge                  1               5,000    5,000
                 Support                                         1               2,100    2,100
                        Storage
                        Loading/Central Receiving
Total                                            Net Assignable SF                       31,300

                  1.40 Gross Factor - Circ., Toilets, Mech.       Net SF                 43,820
                  1.04 Exterior Walls                           Gross SF                 45,580   48,154

                 Total



Town Square
                 Offices
                        student life                              1                250     250
                        waiting                                   1                150     150
                        support staff                             2                150     300
                        workroom                                  1                200     200
                        counseling                                2                200     400
                        student activities                        1                150     150
                        res life                                  1                150     150
                        judicial                                  1                150     150
                 Conference
                        4-7 group/Conf/soft seatong               7                 35      245
                        50 person /partition wall                50                 24    1,200
                        20 conference room                       20                 25      500
Total                                             Net Assignable SF                       3,695

                  1.30 Gross Factor - Circ., Toilets, Mech.       Net SF                  4,804

                  1.04 Exterior Walls                           Gross SF                  5,000    5,685



Get Juiced
                 Fittness Center
                        Exercise                                       1         2,500    2,500
                        Recreation/Weight                              1         3,000    3,000
                        support staff                                  2           150      300
                        storage                                        2           200      400
                        Locker                                         2           500    1,000

                 Juice Bar                                             1           600     600
                        Bar
                        Seating

Total                                                   Net Assignable SF                 7,800
                  1.30 Gross Factor - Circ., Toilets, Mech.       Net SF                 10,140
                  1.04 Exterior Walls                           Gross SF                 10,550   12,000
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Campus Master Planning
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              Bethany, WV
           March 3-4, 2009
Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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    Bethany College Campus Master Plan    Planning process: where
    Preferred Scenario
                                           are we now?

                                          What is “scenario
                                           development?

                                          Strategic issues

                                          Overview of functional needs
                         Agenda               • Welcome experience
                                              • Learning environment
                                              • Living environment
                                              • General and growth
                                                needs

                                          Preferred scenario

                                          Feedback and unresolved
                                           issues

                                          Next steps
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                                         Planning Process
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Campus Master Plan: Performa’s Role
  Vision Workshop: Setting the Direction
      Project rationale, outcome, goals, process, timelines, admissions tour
  Campus Opportunity Assessment: Understanding the Institution
      Site and facilities assessments, environmental scan, space assessment, low-
       cost/high-impact projects, corrective maintenance items
  Institutional Modeling: Exploring the Vision
      Instructional space use, growth requirements (quantitative and qualitative),
       program growth and change (academic and co-curricular), space needs
       compared to aspirant institutions
  Scenario Development: Exploring the Options
      Creation of preferred scenario
  Campus Master Plan and Action Plan: Creating the Solution
      Developing master plan and phase 1 implementation, recommended estimate of
       probable costs, project prioritization by campus, integration with financial
       modeling, fundraising/debt/operations, other planning needs (signage, design
       standards, etc.)
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                                         What is Scenario
                                          Development?
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Overview: What is Scenario Development?
•We are moving from the ―30,000 foot‖ level and ―beginning our descent‖.
 The runway is coming into view but we’re not yet cleared for landing.

•We have identified one scenario that addresses the strategic and functional
 needs identified in earlier workshops.

•This scenario is the result of our research, data on best practices, current
 space use standards, and internal review of options applied to Bethany
 College and represents our recommendation to the College.

•It results from an interdisciplinary team effort: facilities planning,
 operational and functional analyses, site planning, corrective maintenance,
 and code reviews.

•The result of this set of meetings will be finalizing the scenario that we will
 refine into the Campus Master Plan and use to develop an Action Plan.
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                                         Strategic Issues
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Bethany is . . .
                     . . .tradition and history


. . .a total student                               . . .graduates
experience                                         and alums




                                                  . . .relationships,
. . .a place and a                                     immersion,
setting                                             opportunities,
                                                   transformations
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   Bethany wants to become. . .
                                                      . . .larger, more diverse,
    . . .more contemporary                                and more selective




                                                               . . .best use of existing
                                                                     resources and
                                                                       programs
. . .financially secure




                                        . . .strong external
                                               relations
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Weighted Institutional Imperatives

Take better care of the historic treasure that is Bethany College—
infrastructure, access, and climate control, especially in learning
spaces. (40%)

Create facilities and programs to recruit and retain the contemporary
student: recreation, athletic, student life, academic. (20%)

Create contemporary residence life spaces. (20%)

Upgrade instrumentation campus-wide: classroom technology, more
modern labs, wireless. (15%)

Use existing spaces and properties efficiently. (5%)
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                                           Overview of
                                         Functional Needs
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Welcome Experience


 • Bethany’s strong identity (history and traditions) should be
   complemented by work on historic buildings and sites.

 • Strong NSSE results on student-faculty interaction should be
   highlighted in physical spaces.

 • Perceived campus distances should be addressed in the master plan.

 • Arrival on campus should yield a series of WOW experiences.

 • The welcome experience for new students should also produce easy
   access to periodic business functions for continuing students.
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Learning Environment:
Space Projections
Classroom Projections

           Existing at        Needed
                                          Projections
Room Sizes North Fall         Fall Fall
             2008*             2008         YR2017
                                                        Enough
   1 - 15           18            10           9        existing
  16 - 25           12            7            7        rooms
  26 - 35           7             4            5
  36 - 49           5             2            4        Reconfigure
  50 - 75           1             1            3
  76 - 300          1             1            1
                                                        existing or
                    44            25          29        new space

Other recommendations:
• Determine emerging pedagogies and vary classroom
  styles to accommodate multiple configurations
• Update rooms while maintaining historic features of
  the spaces
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Learning Environment

 • Quality of instructional space is an issue, especially in Old Main.

 • Instructional technology is neither standardized nor ubiquitous.

 • Faculty and staff work areas need facelifts for student-faculty
   interaction.

 • Extensive archival collections occupy valuable space in what could be
   an exciting learning commons (adding to the diversity of
   learning/study environments).
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Living Environment

 • Oldest student housing lacks a contemporary feel.

 • The newest housing is showing signs of wear, especially inside.

 • Some housing (Goodnight, Woolery, Greek Hill) is nearing its life
   expectancy.

 • The student center lacks programming and activity space, new
   cafeteria serving and dining concepts, and, while it is increasingly a
   destination, is not in the flow of student traffic.

 • The town of Bethany lacks the traffic and economic development
   potential to provide needed retail outlets.
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General Needs
 • There is little low-cost building space in the campus core and most of
   that is already occupied.
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General Needs

 • Every constituency on campus identifies the highest priorities for
   capital investment as refurbishment/restoration and technology.

 • The current financial climate may necessitate phased approaches and
   a clear view toward long-range planning (beyond 10 years) to avoid re-
   dos and double spending.

 • Both the site and buildings lack wheelchair access.

 • Faculty and staff housing in town is lacking; the college should seek to
   dispose of properties while assuring affordability.
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Growth Needs
 •   Facilities for 1100-1200 traditional undergraduates students.

 •   Beds for 1145 students living on campus (1272 beds at 90% occupancy).

 •   Offices for 17 new faculty and 5 new staff.

 •   Instructional space for first-year experience, 15:1 student: faculty ratio, average
     class size of 18 students.

 •   A potential field station for environmental sciences program growth.

 •   Athletics storage, locker, and team room space and new space for 3 new field
     sports.

 •   Parking and handicapped access (required as facilities are upgraded).
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Growth Needs


                          Student Life                   Welcome
                                          Academic      & Business



                  Athletics and
                   Recreation

 • Plans for growth should identify major zones of activity and locate
   similar functions in those zones.
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                Growth Needs




Major
views




        • New construction should be cognizant of views and historical
          structures.
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                                                                                                              Cost Estimating
                                           Risk Level
High                                                                                                               Risks
                                                        Design
                                                       Flexibility
                                                                                       Investment
                1 ½ - 2% of Project Cost




                                                                                                  Inherent
                                                                                                     Risk
Low                                                                                                (Market)
                                                        Devel.
                 Design


                                              Design




                                                                      Documents

                                                                                    Competitive
                                                                     Construction
                                                       Design
       CMP
             Schematic


                                            Concept




                                                                                          Bids




                                                  Planning
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                                         Bethany College
                                          ―Conceptual‖
                                         Campus Master
                                              Plan



                           Core
                         Strength



                         Flexibility


                         Endurance
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               Core Initiative:                    Core
Preserve history, promote identity, and make     Strength
   the campus safer and more accessible
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Core Initiative Projects                                                            Core
                                                                                  Strength

 Welcome Experience and Historical Front Door:
 • Old Main
     – Complete corrective maintenance and restoration.
 • Bethany House
     – Complete corrective maintenance and restoration.
 • Commencement Hall
     – First priority corrective maintenance
 • Oglebay Gates
     – College Street (new brick pavers, curbs and ramps), landscaping, up-lighting.


 Student: Faculty Interaction Spaces
 • Morlan Hall
     – Complete corrective maintenance and minor remodeling to create student:
       faculty interaction spaces.
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                                                       “Exploring the Options”


Core Initiative Projects                                             Core
                                                                   Strength


 Upgrade Traditional Residence Hall Experience
 • Harlan Hall
     – Complete corrective maintenance, new finishes
 • Phillips Hall
     – Complete corrective maintenance
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Core Initiative
Projects:
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Core Initiative
Projects
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Core Initiative Projects*                                                                      Core
                                                                                             Strength
    •   Old Main                                                          $4 million
    •   Commencement                                                   $.25 million
    •   Bethany House                                                    $.5 million
    •   Oglebay Gates                                            Requires planning
    •   Morlan                                                           $.5 million
    •   Phillips                                                         $.7 million
    •   Harlan                                                           $.3 million
    •   Remaining priority A corrective maintenance:              $2.7 – 3.5 million
        Total                                                       $9 – 9.8 million
    •   Remodel parts of Morlan Hall                               $.25 - .8 million
    •   Planned investment in technology across campus
    •   Additional investment in new moveable equipment
        for Richardson Hall and elsewhere
    •   Site survey and annual site improvements fund
    •   Pedestrian system accessibility update plan:             $30,000 - $50,000
    •   Campus master landscaping plan, including:
          standards, lighting, memorials, hardscape, planting,
          and information/signage                                 $30,000- $35,000
    * All corrective maintenance estimates from R.S. Means, 29th annual edition, 2008.
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Sample Site Plan Issues

   Existing terrain necessitates surveys for site work at:

      –     Library – Coal Bowl connection

      –     Paths and streets at Oglebay Gates

      –     Bridge and path to field house

      –     All housing connectors

      –     Grading required at new parking on campus
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              Flexibility Initiative:
     Create a contemporary student living
                 environment
                                               Flexibility
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Flexibility Initiative Projects
                                                                                  Flexibility

• Complete two phases of contemporary suite style student housing.
• Create The Village at Bethany College, the new college center, to
  address dining, retail, and walkability.

    – Demo tennis courts and Coal Bowl parking.
    – Construct parking, tennis courts, storage building and new practice fields
      at soccer complex.
    – Construct a new fitness center (Village Fit) attached to Health Center in The
      Village site (using existing locker space).
    – Demo Goodnight and Woolery.
    – Construct 4 units (456 beds) of new housing at current site of Goodnight
      and Woolery and above Campbell Village.
    – Construct new dining (Village Bistro), bookstore/c-store (Village Market),
      and student life offices (Village Square) in The Village (phased if necessary,
      with careful attention to scale).
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Flexibility
Initiative Projects
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The Village at Bethany College
                                                                                            Flexibility
    Village Bistro                          Village Fit
          Main Cafeteria                       (attached to Health Center)
          Student Orgs                            Counseling
          Student Activities                      Fitness/Exercise
          Radio                                   Juice Bar
          Late Night Hangout/Pub
          Coffeehouse                       Village Market
          Social Lounges                          Bookstore
          Central Receiving                       Convenience Store
                                                  Security Office
    Village Square                                Mail Center/Mailboxes
          Student Life Offices                    Quiet Lounge
          Program and conference




                                       American School and University, November 2008
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Housing Concepts
                                                                           Flexibility

  Four units of 114 beds.

  Suites with bedrooms, baths, living area but no kitchen.

  Geared toward first- and second-year students.
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Student Suites Examples




            11’ x 14’-5”              11’ x 14’-5”




                   11’ x 11’-8”




       Suite “A”
       Total Occupancy        4                         Suite “B”
       Total sf unit          680 nsf                   Total Occupancy        4
       Approx. building gsf per resident 275 gsf        Total sf unit          700 nsf
       Features:                                        Approx. building gsf per resident   300 gsf
                 2 Double rooms                         Features:
                 Living space                                     4 Single rooms
                 Individual mechanical room per suite             Living space
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Flexibility Initiative Projects
                                                                                     Flexibility


 • College Planning and Management 2008 survey of new housing costs

            By bed* ($60,170 – $69,135 x 456)   $27.5 – 31.5 million


 • College Planning and Management 2008 survey of construction costs

            Fitness                               $1.7 - 4.8 million
            Bookstore and dining                $10.3 - 19.5 million
            Student life offices                 $.725 - 2.2 million
            Village site work                     $1.8 – 2.5 million


 • Other projects: Village parking, east athletics parking, fields, and
   storage facility

 * Excludes site preparation
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               Endurance Initiative:
          Create contemporary learning
         environments and efficient use of
           existing physical resources
                                              Endurance
        Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                                                  “Exploring the Options”


Endurance Initiative Projects
                                                                                Endurance


• Complete housing initiatives
• Create Welcome Center at front door
• Relocate and combine public functions for exposure, access, and
  efficiency

    – Replace existing Greek Hill housing with 9 units of 20 beds
    – Create new student housing in Erickson (23 beds)
    – Relocate Institutional Advancement, Alumni Relations, Church Relations to
      Bethany House
    – Relocate admissions, financial aid, registrar, student billing, and all
      business office functions to Benedum/Bethany
    – Relocate archives to Benedum
    – Add parking at Benedum Hill, construct Hurl access and parking
    – Construct indoor field turf gym at soccer complex and office addition to
      field house if warranted
         Bethany College Campus Master Plan
         Preferred Scenario
                                               “Exploring the Options”


Endurance Initiative Projects
• Create new contemporary
  learning environments
• Reclaim the historic green and
  create Buffalo Creek access
  and trail
    –   Create learning commons
        focusing on semi-private group
        study spaces in library.
    –   Create Student Success center in
        Cramblet to include new studio
        style classrooms, interview rooms,
        and Career office on first and third
        floor.
    –   Demo Richardson.
    –   Re-establish traditional campus
        green space.
    –   Construct science lab/classroom                  Endurance
        addition to Morlan.
    –   Create trails and access for use of
        Buffalo Creek.
Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                                    “Exploring the Options”


                                     Endurance Initiative Projects
          Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                               “Exploring the Options”




The campus
   green
1930s-1960s
Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                     “Exploring the Options”




      The Campus Green
       Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                                           “Exploring the Options”


Endurance Initiative Projects
                                                                         Endurance



 • College Planning and Management 2008 survey of new housing costs,
   Greek Hill housing (160 beds) :          $9.6 – 11 million

 • College Planning and Management 2008 survey of construction costs
   for Richardson replacement (40,000 SF):     $10 -18.4 million

 • Major remodels of Bethany and Benedum

 • Medium remodel Erickson, Library and Cramblet

 • Site work to create green and create access and paths at creek
          Bethany College Campus Master Plan
          Preferred Scenario
                                                                                   “Exploring the Options”

Outcome Summary
Bethany House/Benedum—               The Village at Bethany College   Student Housing
Welcome and Business Ctr.              Village Fit                      Existing to remain      563
                                                                        Demo                   (256)
  Business & Human Resources           (attached to Health Center)      New Greek               180
  Institutional Advancement                Counseling                   New Suites              456
  Alumni Relations                         Fitness/Exercise             Cochran                  72
  Art Gallery                              Juice Bar                    Erickson                 23
  Church Relations                     Village Bistro                   Total                  1294
  Admissions and Fin. Aid
  Registrar                               Main Cafeteria              No Function Change
  Business Office                         Student Orgs                  Old Main/Kirkpatrick
  Archives                                Student Activities            Commencement Hall
  Private dining rooms and support        Radio                         Library
                                          Late Night Hangout            Johnson
Cramblet – Student Success
                                          Coffeehouse                   Steinman
  McCann Learning Center                  Social Lounges                Harlan Hall
  Career Services                         Central Receiving             Phillips Hall
Morlan –Academic Center                                                 Campbell Village
                                       Village Market
                                                                        Field house
  Faculty Offices                         Bookstore                     Hurl
  Classrooms & Labs                       Convenience Store             Cochran
  Dept. Resource Rooms                    Security Office
                                          Mail Center/Mailboxes       Demolition
                                          Quiet Lounge                  Richardson
                                                                        Greek Hill
                                       Village Square                   Goodnight
                                          Student Life Offices          Woolery


                                     Student Housing
      Bethany College Campus Master Plan
      Preferred Scenario
                                                  “Exploring the Options”


―Concept‖ 20 Yr. CMP Plan
                                                    Outcome
                                                    Summary




                                Outcome Summary
                                                          Existing Bldg
                                                          None/Minor
                                                          Rehab.
                                                          Medium Rehab.

                                                          Major Rehab.

                                                          Proposed

                                                           New Const.
                                                          New Site Const.
      Bethany College Campus Master Plan
      Preferred Scenario
                                              “Exploring the Options”


WOW Arrival: Experience First, then Stop In

    •Bethany College sign

    •Athletic and recreation complex

    •Student Housing

    •The Village at Bethany College

    •Morlan Academic Center

    •Historical entrance
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                                     Arrival Experience
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                                         “Exploring the Options”

                                       Bethany College
                                     Proposed Campus
                                           Master Plan
  Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                                 “Exploring the Options”




                                        Bethany College
                                       Campus Master Planning
                                           Preferred Scenario




Thank You!
                                                       Bethany, WV
                                                  March 3-4, 2009
        Bethany College
     Campus Master Planning
Low-Cost, High-Impact Projects




                     Bethany, WV
                      April, 2009
         Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                                              “Exploring the Options”


Admissions Tour Summary
•   Start the “tour” on the web site with references to the Upper Ohio River
    Valley, industrial history, and links that highlight the college’s
    connections (sample internships, senior projects, etc.)
•   Start and conclude the formal tour at Oglebay Gates.
•   Base the tour on traditions and student progress: ”If we don’t see
    change we feel like we failed.” Can matriculation book be on display?
    Diploma?
•   Tell the Bethany story at key locations: accommodating student
    learning and study styles (Philips, Morlan, Library) and student and
    faculty interaction (Morlan).
•   Balance old and new spaces, academic tradition and contemporary
    student life, including samples of housing.
•   Park a club car behind Johnson for travel to Campbell Village and the
    Recreation center/Field House. Do not use cars since this creates the
    impression that the campus is not walkable.
•   Conclude with student/family time in book store and Boomer’s.
        Bethany College Campus Master Plan
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                                                            “Exploring the Options”

Low-Cost, High Impact Tour Projects
 • Add Bethany College signs in both directions at intersection of Hwy 2 and
   67.
 • Add signage at athletics complex identifying the facility from Hwy 67 (not
   clear on first glance what this is).
 • Add plants to screen transformer in front of Health Center.
 • Remove both evergreens at Oglebay Gates to accentuate view of Old Main.
 • Re-tile VCT in fieldhouse lobby at football field entry.
 • Repair plaster and paint at all entrances and exits, especially those on
   campus tour route (e.g. Phillips Hall).
 • Add evergreens to continue screening Campbell Hall from Hwy 67.
 • Remove/clean stains on brick throughout, starting with buildings visible on
   tour.
 • Complete finish work throughout (e.g., Phillips lower level—see below).
 • Pending pedestrian access plan, add painted crosswalks especially at
   areas near Old Main, Cramblet, Morlan, Phillips/Harlan, Library, and
   Richardson.
        Bethany College Campus Master Plan
        Preferred Scenario
                                                            “Exploring the Options”


Additional Projects
 • Replace garbage cans in Phillips corridors with more attractive ones or
   build in receptacles as part of the corrective maintenance work.
 • Remove mirrors at fireplace in Phillips lounge, patch and paint.
 • Repair or remove broken water cooler in Richardson.
 • Replace or paint service door at rear of Cramblet.
 • Replace missing ceiling tiles throughout.
 • Use plants to screen air handler at rear of library.
 • Cover old phone booth openings in Harlan.
 • Replace fin tube radiator cover in Harlan lounge.
 • Replace room divider in Steinman Hall with newer acoustical divider to
   increase use of rooms.
       Bethany College Campus Master Plan
       Preferred Scenario
                                                          “Exploring the Options”


Larger Scale Projects
 • Community Day to include painting the bridge.

 • Remove existing finishes and lights and develop Renner Too into
   presentation and event space. (Will require access from outside and
   remodel Maxwells as outer lobby to provide access from elevator. )

				
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