Campus Construction


Spring/Summer 2016 Work

Please be aware that the Campus is undertaking many construction projects during the Spring/Summer 2016. Please use caution when getting around. Please see below for updates and pictures.

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Conklin Hall Renovations:

The second round of renovations to Conklin Hall are underway and scheduled for completion in late summer 2016.

Service Bldg. Renovations:

Interior rehab to the service building will begin in early 2016 and should be completed by mid 2016. 

Demolition of Smith & Hughes Dormitories:

Demo of two of the old quad dorms should begin mid to late summer 2016. 

Poultry Bldg. Roof Replacement:

The two wings of the poultry building should receive a new roof in mid Spring 2016.

Nold Hall Gym Rehab:

The main gymnasium in Nold Hall is expected to be under construction starting late Spring 2016. 

 

Projects Currently Under Design

The College has many projects currently under design with varying construction start dates in the next 1-5 years

Whitman Hall Lower Level Renovations:

A portion of the lower level of Whitman Hall will be renovated to add new computer labs and new restrooms. The existing elevator will also be rehabbed.

Roosevelt Hall Renovations:

Roosevelt Hall will be receiving a partial renovation to accommodate growing student spaces which will include the multi-purpose room. 

Thomspson Hall Exterior Renovation:

Thomspon Hall will be receiving a new roof as well as new ADA accessible doors.

Knapp Hall Kitchen Demolition:

The old kitchen wing on Knapp Hall is slated to be demolished with the addition of a new patio on the old kitchen footprint. 

Rehab Landscaping & Site Improvements at Great Mall:

The interior of campus will receive a landscaping face lift to include a new entrance to Whitman Hall, new lighting, new walkways, and an outdoor covered structure behind the Campus Center.

Building of Applied Social Sciences:

A new 45,000 sq.ft academic building is currently in design to house the departments of Economics, Geography, Psychology, and Sociology.