The most ambitious fundraising campaign in Scripps history surpasses its original $85 million goal with gifts and pledges totaling over $101 million. Over 87% of Scripps alumnae contributed to the Campaign for the Scripps Woman, which began its public phase in 1999 and concluded June 30, 2004. Scripps College Landscape and Architectural Blueprint is completed, outlining historic principles according to the values and priorities of Gordon Kaufmann and Edward Huntsman-Trout, as well as recommending policies and guidelines for maintenance, repair, development, and redevelopment of the campus. Scripps begins its third strategic plan within 10 years. Committees with trustee, faculty, staff, and student representatives meet regularly over the next two years.