Reimagining Campus Living 

Our student life facilities planning studio helps higher education institutions develop residence halls into productive strategic assets. 

Campuses Planned

Building Consensus for Successful Projects

Campus planning is complex, involving various stakeholders and multiple goals. We work to build consensus amongst broad groups, respecting and integrating the perspectives of all people involved in the higher education environment.

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Achieving Ultimate Residential Experience

Our work leads you to physical environments that foster students’ development by facilitating diverse social relationships, mentoring, and academic accomplishment in an environment that promotes wellbeing.

Suny Planning
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Truarchs really understands the challenges of student housing planning. Their analytics tools present complex valuable data in a format leadership easily understands.

— Craig Ross, College at Brockport

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Trudeau Architects’ intimate knowledge of the college student housing landscape, particularly within the State of New York system, is truly exceptional.

— Larissa M. Garcia Kowalczyk, University at Buffalo

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It was a pleasure working with Trudeau Architects; they have a great knowledge of student housing, and we highly recommend them.

- Carol Perin, SUNY Albany

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Trudeau provided an outside perspective, thoughtful analysis, and data-informed decision making. Their financial models would be a great asset for many campuses.

— Lachlan Squair, SUNY Oneonta

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Trudeau's work in developing our comprehensive housing master plan was exceptional. The plan was holistic with detailed implementation strategies to reach our overall goals.

— Cedric Howard, SUNY Fredonia

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Trudeau lives where the rubber meets the road, and this sets them miles apart from all others. Indeed, they are a group of facilities experts and innovative designers. But beyond this, Trudeau truly understands the business that is housing in higher education.

- Kim Navarroli, University at Buffalo