The College of Charleston has unveiled a campus building plan for the next 20 years.

The plan will bring the landlocked campus in Charleston's historic district an additional 863,000 square feet of space without significantly increasing the school's footprint, said Steve Osborne, executive vice president for business affairs.

Osborne said the plan provides more of a guide for campus building projects than a hard-and-fast time line. It's designed to meet students' changing learning needs, including providing more group study space and improved access to technology.

School leaders said they gathered input from many campus and community groups and incorporated that into the plan.

Read more in this weekend''s editions of The Post and Courier.