As you drive up University Drive approaching the campus, it’s easy to see the changes that are enhancing the scenery of the PVAMU campus.
New gates are being installed and are near completion. The addition to campus is the first visible signs of the campus master plan coming into fruition. The construction of the gates will create an official marked entrance to the campus. Nearby, heavy equipment is being used to create a retention pond that will sit in the open area just beyond the flag poles.
The ten-year campus master plan, developed by the University and approved by the Texas A&M University Board of Regents last spring, will add a few modern touches to the look of the campus and address the needs that accompany student growth.
Also in the campus master plan is a new retail center and housing for upperclassman students, both to be completed in 2013. A new academic building housing the College of Agriculture and the College of Business, a recreation facility and a new athletic stadium will also be coming to the campus.