Long Range Development Plan- 1963


This long range plan was produced by executive architect Charles Luckman Associates. It shows a very concentrated build-up of academic buildings and residence halls, as well as expansion along El Collegio Road. The extension of Highway 217 along the north side of campus, along with the addition of more Married Student Housing and the concentration of fraternities and sororities on campus are main differences with earlier plans. With large parking lots outlining the periphery, the interior of the campus remains easily reachable on foot.


University of California, Santa Barbara Campus Building records, Architecture and Design Collection. Art, Design & Architecture Museum; University of California, Santa Barbara.




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Charles Luckman Associates, executive architects, “Long Range Development Plan- 1963,” UCSB ADC Omeka, accessed February 17, 2019,