How do we create a welcoming campus? How do we create spaces that build community and engage learners? How can our physical campuses help UFV to truly be a House of Transformation?
UFV's campus master plans seek to answer those questions. They are a framework for change that will guide how the University of the Fraser Valley's campuses physically evolve over the next 20 - 25 years. Addressing everything from new buildings to renovations to green space and transportation, these campus plans reflect in-depth consultation, creative visioning, and responsible planning for the future of UFV.
This six-storey building will feature mixed-use amenity spaces and add 398 new beds to our Abbotsford campus.
The Cascade Café will be renovated and expanded to double its size, increasing seating capacity from 121 to 350 seats.
UFV’s Mission location is being reimagined and redeveloped to house the new Centre of Excellence for Children, Youth, and Families.
UFV's Project Office transforms concepts into reality. They guide UFV's departments through every step of a project, from proposals & business cases, to space-planning and design, to project management and coordinating moves.
UFV has over 40 years of history in the Fraser Valley. Over time it has evolved from a small teaching college to a highly regarded university offering a wide range of post-secondary education opportunities. UFV initially operated as a "college without walls," holding classes in rented and borrowed facilities. Today, UFV operates two main campuses in Abbotsford and Chilliwack, as well as several centres in the surrounding neighbourhoods and communities of Clearbrook, Mission, and Hope.