In master planning, we start with the assumption that students must find the campus itself a compelling place to be — that it is attractive and, more important, begins to create a sense of belonging. In other words, students need to be able to say, “I can see myself there.”

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"I value Credo’s commitment to finding and giving voice to a shared vision while maximizing the contributions of all constituents. Credo embraced an open and inclusive process that engaged all stakeholders, resulting in a master campus plan that was widely and universally accepted."

-Rich Dunsworth, J.D., President, University of the Ozarks


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