Summer Construction on Campus

Marian Hall/Clare Hall Parking Lot 

The parking lot in front of Marian and Clare Halls will be closed beginning on Tuesday, June 26 for resurfacing and striping. It will reopen on Monday, July 9.

Note: The roads in front of the buildings will remain open throughout the project. Alternate parking will be available in the Paul J. Norman Center and the Fisher parking lots.    

Allen Whitehill Clowes Amphitheater Parking Lot 

The parking lot just south of the Allen Whitehill Clowes Amphitheater will be closed from Tuesday, June 26, through Friday, June 29 for resurfacing and striping.  

Road Resurfacing and Striping

The road in front of Doyle, University, and Drew residence halls, and the Dogwalk (part of the Wheeler-Stokely Mansion) drive will be closed on Tuesday, June 26. The road will be passable other days of the week. 

Concrete Repairs

From Monday, June 18, through Friday, June 22, there will be concrete repair work being done on the north side of Marian Hall and Clare Hall and the stairwell west of Wheeler-Stokely Mansion (adjacent to the dogwalk). 

New building for our dining hall, fitness facility, and arena/convocation center

This new center will accommodate our extraordinary growth over the past 15 years, as well as future enrollment growth which we expect to grow significantly by 2025. The new center will include:

  • a dining hall
  • recreational facilities for intramural sports
  • new fitness facility
  • classrooms
  • meeting spaces
  • convocation center
  • a weight room, and more

The new building will be completed in two phases. The expected completion date for the fitness center is August 2018. The new arena/convocation center is expected to be completed in November 2018.

View the phased aerial views (pdf)

Paul J. Norman Center, home of the Byrum School of Business

Our new business school houses the latest technology and collaboration spaces in the state. Since opening in January of 2018, this new building serves as an innovative space supporting our hands-on curriculum where students learn by collaborating with businesses.

  Construction is complete. Visit campus and check out the new space. 

business school stairs render
business school outside render
business school interactive wall render
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