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    Construction Impacts

    Throughout the 2018 calendar year the Campus will be impacted by several major construction efforts. To better prepare the campus community for these changes a presentation was held at the end of October. This presentation covered information such as food service, transportation and facility impacts. The slides from this presentation can be viewed (Summer 2018 Construction Impacts) and we highly encourage reviewing them and passing them along to others. 


  • Finn Hall Ground Breaking

    Finn Hall Ground Breaking

    Finn Residence Hall will be built on the south end of campus adjacent to Sobrato Hall. This residence will house a new generation of Bronco students opening for the 2019-2020 academic year. This facility will have mini-suite style rooms for the students and 1-2 bedroom apartments for the staff members. Neighborhood amenities such as kitchens, living rooms and study spaces will be on each floor as well as a large multi-purpose room and recreational space to round out this student influenced design. 


  • Visitor Parking

    Facilities Visitor Parking Change

    All visitors are required to check into the Facilities building in order to obtain a daily parking pass.  Visitors must park in spaces marked as Visitor or 1-Hour Contractor. If all parking spaces of these two types are filled, a visitor can park in the spots labeled "C", as long as they have a visitors pass displayed. Parking passes are good for the day it is given. If a visitor wishes to park in the lot for several days, a pass must be acquired for each day they plan on parking. 

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Family Weekend - Family weekend is happening on February 23-24 this year, where parents and families are encouraged to be part of the Santa Clara community. For registration, schedule of events and other details, visit the Family Weekend SCU page.

Finn Hall - Work is progressing at the future residence hall. The excavation work is predominantly complete, with a full day of work scheduled for this Saturday starting at 8:00 a.m.

Charney Hall - Salto locks and user plans are currently being programmed for the building and hot spots should be fully functional by tomorrow. 

Bronco Patio Enclosure - Demolition to prepare for the new patio enclosure will begin this upcoming Tuesday, with the trellis coming down. The project will soon be available to watch via live stream on the project page.

Heafey-Bergin - Plan check reviews are currently taking place with the city and fencing is expected to go up around the area March 9th.  The first two weeks of March are scheduled for individuals to relocated their items into Charney, with the last two scheduled for furniture moves.

Campus Safety Remodel - Campus Safety and Transportation Services are currently receiving an workplace upgrade. Located in the office partition of the Main Parking Structure, the area is being expanded with larger conference rooms, new carpet, painted walls, as well as an improved layout provided by Planning and Projects.


Charney Hall - Inspections and testing throughout the building have been progressing. The first furniture drop off at Charney occurred with more deliveries to arrive soon.

Finn Residence Hall - Demolition at the site is 90% complete, with a mass excavation scheduled to begin next week. It is possible that with trucks moving in and out of the site traffic may be slightly delayed while traveling on The Alameda. Trucks are scheduled to begin moving materials from the site sometime next week pending weather conditions. 


Charney Hall - Concrete curbs along with other slabs around Sherman Street are scheduled to be poured over the next few days as the weather permits. Communications inside the building are being established and initial walkthroughs will be taking place over the next several weeks.

Franklin Street - Street access between the new Art & Art History building and Alumni Science is now accessible to pedestrians. 


Parking & Transportation -  Starting December 26, 2017, Franklin Street will be closed at the intersection of Lafayette Street. This will assist in the completion of the first phase of the new Franklin Pedestrian Mall. The intersection will re-open January 6, 2018.  There will be an alternate entrance available exclusively for the disabled parking spaces in the O'Connor Lot.

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