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1 Student Center Project Manifesting a Vibrant Learning and Campus Life Experience

2 History of Project Breakthrough Project Breakthrough Project Student Initiated Student Initiated Committee Representation Committee Representation Student Input Student Input Focus Groups Focus Groups 6 Groups/100 Students 6 Groups/100 Students Electronic Student Survey Electronic Student Survey 735 Completed/Cross-Section of Students 735 Completed/Cross-Section of Students

3 Services Demand Dining & Retail

4 Space Demand Of 48 potential spaces, demands were weighted towards six fundamental services.

5 History of Project (Continued) Student Senate Vote Student Senate Vote $85.00 Per Semester $85.00 Per Semester Based on Survey Data Based on Survey Data Instituted at Semester of Groundbreaking Instituted at Semester of Groundbreaking No Fees Collected to Date No Fees Collected to Date Building Design Work Building Design Work Student/Student Organizations Input Student/Student Organizations Input

6 Interim Actions Extended Cafeteria Service Extended Cafeteria Service Extended Library Hours Extended Library Hours Student Spaces Project Student Spaces Project Completion of Oak Street Hall Completion of Oak Street Hall

7 Original Design Expansion/Remodeling of University Center Expansion/Remodeling of University Center

8 Original Design

9 From Challenge to Opportunity Library Project Library Project Student Center Funding Delay Student Center Funding Delay Potential Relationship of Projects Potential Relationship of Projects

10 Current Proposal Location Location Use of Current University Center Use of Current University Center Purpose Purpose Student Center Student Center Program Elements Program Elements

11 Campus Aerial

12 University Center Usage Pierson Auditorium Pierson Auditorium Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Computer Lab Computer Lab Potential Student Services Potential Student Services

13 Program Elements Meeting Spaces Meeting Spaces Lobby/Lounge Lobby/Lounge Multipurpose Room Multipurpose Room Small Meeting Rooms (Library) Small Meeting Rooms (Library) Auditorium and Lecture Hall (Library) Auditorium and Lecture Hall (Library) Student Activities Student Activities Student Activity Venue/T.V. Student Activity Venue/T.V. Student Conveniences Student Conveniences One-stop Shop One-stop Shop Dining/Kitchen/Servery Dining/Kitchen/Servery Coffee/Cyber Café Coffee/Cyber Café Convenience Store Convenience Store Barbershop Barbershop Other Retail Other Retail Quiet Study Lounge (Library) Quiet Study Lounge (Library) Computer Lab (Library) Computer Lab (Library) Parking (Library) Parking (Library)

14 Program Elements, cont. Student Government/Organizations Student Government/Organizations Student Government Chamber Student Government Chamber Activity and Program Council Activity and Program Council Organization Planning Space/Hoteling Spaces Organization Planning Space/Hoteling Spaces Student Services Student Services Meditation Room Meditation Room Student Life Office Student Life Office Disabled Student Services Disabled Student Services Multicultural Affairs Multicultural Affairs Administrative Offices Administrative Offices

15 BOOKSTORE ONE STOP SHOP ENTRY CAFE ACTIVITIES/ LOUNGE COLLECTIONS INFORMATION COMMONS LECTURE HALL AUDITORIUM UNIVERSITY WAY (51 ST STREET) FINE ARTS CENTER LEVEL ONE SCHEME B REFERENCE MEETING ROOMS ACCESS SERVICES CAFE PERIODICALS/ READING ROOM TO UNIVERSITY CENTER

16 STUDENT ORGS COLLECTIONS OPEN STUDY CLASSROOMS/MEETING UNIVERSITY WAY (51 ST STREET) FINE ARTS CENTER LEVEL TWO SCHEME B STU LIFE STU GOV CONF ADMIN ACT PROG DISABLED MULTICULT V C LOUNGE EXHIBIT STAFF TO UNIVERSITY CENTER

17 LEVEL THREE SCHEME B MULTIPURPOSE COLLECTIONS LEARNING CENTER UNIVERSITY WAY (51 ST STREET) FINE ARTS CENTER DINING SERVERY SUPPORT TECH SERVICES ACADEMIC DEV CENTER TO UNIVERSITY CENTER

18 LEVEL FOUR SCHEME B COLLECTIONS SPECIAL COLLECTIONS UNIVERSITY WAY (51 ST STREET) FINE ARTS CENTER STAFF WRITING CENTER TO UNIVERSITY CENTER

19 ENTRY Entry

20 Proposal Summary Total Square Footage: 109,126 sq. ft. Total Square Footage: 109,126 sq. ft. Total Cost: $28,040, Total Cost: $28,040, Source of Funds: Source of Funds: Student Fees: $23,840, Student Fees: $23,840, Institution/Campus Funds: $3,000, Institution/Campus Funds: $3,000, Private Development/Campus Funds: $1,200, Private Development/Campus Funds: $1,200,000.00

21 Projected Project Timeline Design/Student Input: 2005 Design/Student Input: 2005 Groundbreaking: Spring 2006 Groundbreaking: Spring 2006 Anticipated Opening: Spring 2008 Anticipated Opening: Spring 2008 Library Opening: Late Spring 2009* Library Opening: Late Spring 2009* *Best Case Scenario: Assumes all funding in place by FY2007

22 Next Steps Student/Faculty/Staff Communication/Input Student/Faculty/Staff Communication/Input Expansion of Existing Committee Expansion of Existing Committee Board of Curators Approval Board of Curators Approval

23 Q&A


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