CP&M Article Archive

College Planning & Management's vast database of articles is a valuable tool for anyone who plans, designs, equips, maintains or operates colleges and universities nationwide. Popular topics include facilities, safety & security, technology, business, finance, recruit & retain and the campus scene. Articles are displayed in chronological order, beginning with the most recent.


campus police

Safety & Security (Prepare and Be Aware)

Today’s Well-Dressed Campus Police Officer

Here's a look at the technology with which the well-dressed police officer—and the officer's car—are equipped, to ensure the best possible outcomes when policing campus.

The Sustainable Campus (Trends and Innovations)

Living and Learning Green

Can a university campus reach net zero by 2025?

Ask the Expert (Campus Fleet Vehicles)

Are golf carts a potential liability on campus?

Hot Tips (Energy-Efficient Facilities)

Reducing Your Energy Use and Cost

adaptive reuse

Recycled Facilities

Creative adaptive reuse and retrofit projects are resulting in unique spaces for student living and learning.

Hot Tips (Flooring Options)

How Rubber Flooring Impacts Costs

Emerging Technology (Enhancing, Engaging, Connecting)

Learning Analytics

Closing the loop between delivery and impact.

Maintenance & Operations (Managing the Physical Plant)

How Do We Improve Sustainability?



campus cleaning

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

How Clean?

Meeting cleaning expectations on campus involves various factors, from personnel to products and even artificial intelligence.

Biola University

Facility Focus (Medical and Healthcare Education)

Biola University: The Alton and Lydia Lim Center for Science, Technology and Health

The Sustainable Campus (Trends and Innovations)

An Award-Winning Barn

An energy-efficient barn is a winning project for UC Santa Cruz.

Recruit & Retain (Niagara University)

Creating an Inclusive Campus

A welcoming campus environment can make a big difference.

flooring

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

9-to-5 Flooring

Campus administrative and office areas have requirements for flooring that differ from academic, residence hall, athletics, and other facilities. Here's what to consider for these working spaces.

walls

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

Walls That Promote Learning

Walls and ceilings have evolved from flat white panels into attractive interior design elements that contribute to educational quality.

Editor's Note (The View From Here)

First Impressions

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