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University Center

Project Description:
This new building will create a student center on the campus including space for campus life activities, student clubs and organizations, an expanded Summer Conference Program, a retail center, a food court and a recreation/fitness/wellness center.

Purpose and Major Facility Functions:
The existing campus bookstore is a temporary facility. This new facility will provide permanent space for the campus bookstore, as well as providing a site for the uses described above.

Summary of Project Square Footage:
249,000 gross square feet

Site Description:
South of Darwin Hall at a location currently occupied by temporary buildings and The Village

Site Area:
Approximately 8 acres

Proposed Cost:
Approximately 45 million dollars

Proposed Completion Date:
2004/2005

Issues

Issue 3: Use the location and design of the University Center to improve the pedestrian-orientation of the campus

Proposed design responses:

  • Place University Center buildings so that they support South Sequoia Way (the South Entry Road) as the south gateway into campus
  • Place a major landscape/circulation node between the South Sequoia Way and University Center as an orientation device to make campus structure more understandable
  • Provide clear pathways from student housing to the University Center
  • Locate delivery routes so that they intrude minimally on pedestrian circulation to the University Center

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