The Master Plan for Bayamón Campus addresses the pressing needs of this important facility of the University of Puerto Rico system. Originally built as a campus of temporary structures to serve 2,500 students, the campus today serves more than 5,000 students, a figure expected to double by the year 2020, and its facilities are decaying and subjected to excessive wear and tear. To accommodate this growth and address the campus’ current needs, the Master Plan advocates the total restructuring of the campus with a series of interconnected, state-of-the-art buildings defining a new central courtyard. New facilities have been planned to accommodate future uses and divided into four basic building types: Teaching Laboratories, General Classrooms, Research Laboratories, and Special Service & Support Buildings. The flexible 7-phase implementation program that can be refined according to the university’s evolving needs and availability of funds.