Per the display boards at the last round of open houses, the University Terminal will be reworked. Buses will enter the core of campus eastbound on Dafoe Road with a stop where people will get off in front of Tache Hall facing eastbound. Buses will then lay over, empty and out of service, at a loop at the east end of Dafoe road. When they are ready to depart they will head west on Dafoe Road, picking up passengers at one of four stop-and-go stops westbound on Dafoe between Service Street 7 South and Maclean Crescent. The new stops will be spread out compared to the present four, and by separating lay-over from boarding, the stops should never be clogged with idling buses.
I think the four stop-and-go loading stops are situated too far east. They are mostly east of Isbister Building, in open space and among parking lots. It'll be decades before the University builds buildings in this area. I also think the King's Drive buses should turn west on Freedman, north on University Cresc., and enter eastbound on Dafoe Road from University Crescent. That would give alighting service to more of campus, and give all the routes the same, parallel, approach and departure. (I'm assuming there will be another alighting stop on Dafoe Road eastbound around the old Music building, matching the existing westbound departure stop.)