How to get involved in the debate

How to get involved in the debate

Facebook and Twitter

You can also follow the Facebook group Campusutvikling på NTNU or keep posted on Twitter: #campusNTNU.


You can also submit your input and ideas on campus development to:


A specific message channel for employees and students has been established on "Innsida" (NTNU's intranett). This is a place where you can offer input, comment and can exchange information with the Project Managers – as well as catch up on the latest news.

Subscribe to "Campusutvikling på NTNU" here.

Whatever platform you choose, your opinion will be heard.

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Clarification about participation

Clarification about participation

Two processes are taking place in parallel in the ongoing campus work. In these processes, NTNU has different roles.

Participation in the concept evaluation

The Ministry of Education and Research has initiated the concept evaluation (KVU), which is being conducted by Rambøll. In this work, NTNU has the role of a stakeholder. The decision on the future concept for land development will be made by the Government, not by NTNU.

NTNU is participating in the concept evaluation through Rambøll's stakeholder analysis, in which staff (represented by the chief employee representative), students and management are invited to present points of view.

NTNU has also established a separate KVU working group, which has an ongoing dialogue with Rambøll/the Ministry of Education and Research. The group's mandate is to provide Rambøll with information about today's NTNU, as requested by Rambøll.

Participation in The Vision Project

The other process taking place is the work on our vision. This process has been initiated by the Rector, and the aim is to explore possible directions for development of the NTNU campus in a long-term strategic perspective of 50 years.

The Vision Project will present various alternative scenarios for the future NTNU. The project will be able to supplement the KVU concept evaluation by identifying gaps and means for achieving a future desired situation, based on NTNU's need for space both today and in the future.

In the work on our vision, broad participation is desired, possible and important. This participation primarily relates to content; how we can provide a basis for a future campus that will help to make the university an attractive place to be and to learn, both for students and for staff.