Facilities leaders are always thinking ahead when making design and construction decisions. But as demands for campuses evolve, Facilities executives increasingly face the challenge of differentiating between trending fads and projects that can provide long-term ROI.
Our infographic breaks down the seven key trends that will have the biggest impact on campuses in the next decade. From community-centric residence halls to shared lab spaces, these trends have the potential to reshape capital needs at an unprecedented rate.
More from the Campus 2025 series…
This research analyzes active learning and its subsequent impact on student retention and success. We examine how facilities leaders can prioritize technology needs with space changes, adapt to increased space requirements, and how to provide additional support for students with pull-up spaces.
This report examines the benefits and costs associated with space-efficient labs. We will explore how shared lab buildings increase efficiency, encourage collaboration, and offer greater flexibility.
This brief explores the how institutions increase student enrollment and retention with luxury residence halls, and why colleges and universities can't afford not to compete in the "amenities arms race."
This report analyzes the growing relationships between higher education institutions and the private sector, and how these partnerships allow colleges and universities to foster students' entrepreneurial interest while also attracting new funding streams.
This report delves into the development of makerspacers. Specifically, we examine how early movers, like Case Western University, manage up-front cost, facilitate self-directed learning, and build momentum across campus and in the community.
This research examines how open office floor plans, a popular trend in the private sector, influences facilities leaders' efforts to reduce or eliminate underutilized office spaces. We examine how open office spaces improve space utilization, enhance collaboration, and increase operating effectiveness.