Bowling Green State University is embarking on the second phase of the largest building and renovation effort in its history. This exciting, complex undertaking will define our Bowling Green campus for the next century.
The cornerstone of this next phase of the BGSU Master Plan is a $200 million-plus investment in our academic facilities. Over the next seven years, BGSU will create state-of-the-art learning spaces to support modern teaching methods and better align our facilities to meet the needs of our programs.
At the same time, the University is proceeding with the development of new Greek Housing on campus. The project will create housing for about 400 fraternity/sorority members in townhouse-style complexes.
Construction is under way on a new student health center. The Falcon Health Center is being developed under a new partnership with Wood County Hospital and will provide enhanced health care for students.
Planning has begun on a state-of-the-art crime lab for the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) to be built on campus. The new lab will expand the capabilities of the current BCI office, while allowing for a unique, first-of-its-kind partnership between BCI and BGSU.
BGSU completed an initial phase of its Master Plan in 2011. Work included building two new residence halls (Centennial Hall and Falcon Heights), two new dining centers (The Oaks and Carillon Place), the Stroh Center, the Wolfe Center for the Arts, a central chiller plant, and many other smaller projects.