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University Operations Calendar
Our newly released Operations calendar provides information ranging from a campus electrical shutdown, to carpet cleaning and everything in between. It's a great source to stay informed and be aware of what's happening on and around campus.
Charney Hall of Law
The future home of the Santa Clara University School of Law will reside in the Howard S. and Alida S. Charney Hall of Law. This facility will have 96,000 square feet of class, office, study and library space. This building will be erected just east of Lucas Hall, Leavey School of Business, and will create a professional partnership between these two programs.
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Charney Law School Site - Law school permits have been acquired to continue with the build process of the strucure. Construction is on-going at the site with welding and steel being set in place before concrete is poured. Archaeological digging has also been going on at the north end of the site.
Crosswalk Project - Work at the crosswalk location began yesterday with an estimated two month duration to completion. During this time work will be taking place at the two intersections of the future enhancements at Lafayette and Franklin Street and Lafayette and Lexington Street.
Family Weekend - Family weekend is happening on February 24th-25th here at SCU! Get the full schedule and list of details here.
South Residence Hall - The future residence hall is currently going through schematic design with the help of architects, with a scheduled opening of Fall 19'.
Heart & Sole Run - This family oriented walk, dedicated to helping local children learn more about exercise and healthy food selection, begins on campus at the Mission Church. Check out the registration and event details here.
Mission Church Trenching - Trenching took place this week around Mission Church to repair an underground leak. Heat to the building should be restored by this weekend.
Sidewalk Closure - The sidewalk on the south side of Franklin Street will be closed for approximately the next three weeks due to archeaological digging in the area. Please use caution and plan to use an alternate walkway during this time.