City Architecture completed a master plan to re-envision the public space and plazas that make up the Tri-C Metropolitan Campus. The main goal was to unite and revitalize the system of plazas and internal and external connections to campus to create a unique and engaging place for students, faculty, staff and visitors to experience and enjoy. In a process that entailed a great amount of interaction and involvement with the campus community, the Plaza Feasibility Plan reaches beyond general visions to concrete design ideas that are economical, feasible and implementable. Initial goals that drove the plaza space design include greening the campus, reconnecting the campus to the street, creating continuous spaces, remodeling circulation, re-using storm-water, enhancing outdoor spaces with programming and signage, and promoting campus identity and pride.