In 2017, a new face for the Triolet campus

Announced as part of the national "operation campus" plan, the "Village des sciences" and "Cœur de campus" projects will transform the face of Montpellier University.

Village des sciences: the Triolet campus gets a makeover!

Two ultra-modern buildings, 13,000 m2 dedicated to teaching and a totally revamped entrance - this is what the Triolet campus will look like in a few years' time. The project's first and foremost achievement is a 5-storey hub housing lecture theaters, computer rooms and amphitheatres, as well as a vast terrace and numerous student facilities. Open and traversing, the building is intended to embody the new identity of the campus and reinforce the university's openness to the city. A few steps away from the main building, another building will be dedicated to the teaching of biology and ecology, two of the UM's most emblematic fields of study.

Cœur de campus: in 2017, a large university urban park

Bringing together 4 university sites on a 40-hectare site is the ambition of this unprecedented urban and landscaping project. In 2017, the Triolet site will become part of a campus shared by the University of Montpellier and Paul Valéry Montpellier 3 University. The campus will also include the Motte Rouge university sports center and part of the new Chimie Balard cluster. This new urban park will give pride of place to pedestrian mobility and soft modes of transport. Campus life will also be at the heart of the project, with the renewal of street furniture, the creation of sports facilities and new landscaping... The aim of the Cœur de campus project is to improve the living environment and promote mobility for 35,000 users.
A major consultation process involving all these stakeholders was launched in October. The aim of this first phase is to identify needs and refine the project. UM students, have your say in imagining the new face of your campus!

Opération Campus de Montpellier aims to upgrade and revitalize existing campuses to create real living spaces, unite the major campuses and raise their international profile. Spearheaded by the COMUE Languedoc Roussillon Universités, it represents a massive, targeted effort by the French government in partnership with the Languedoc Roussillon Region, Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole and the City of Montpellier, in favor of higher education and research Research.

1st consultation meeting for students: Tuesday, October 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. - S'PACE building, Triolet Campus