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Finn Residence Hall is being 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.
Heafey Bergin Project
Heafey will undergo a full remodel to create temporary and permanent spaces for The School of Engineering as part of the STEM Surge efforts. Upon completion, the combination of Heafey and Bergin, will house most of The School of Engineering administrative and academic offices as well as 20+ classroom/laboratory spaces and a large 2-story collaborative space.
Construction ImpactsThroughout the 2018 calendar year the Campus will be impacted by several major construction efforts, and the Operations division would like you to please be aware of the following safety reminders.
- No unauthorized persons may enter any construction site without authorization of the general contractor.
- Any Santa Clara University visitor to the site needs to be accompanied by a staff member from Planning and Projects within University Operations
- Safety vests, hard hats, closed toe shoes and long pants are required on the job site at all times.
For further information on 2018 construction we recommend viewing the Summer 2018 Construction Impacts.
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.
Santa Clara University Aerial Views
Over the years, the Operations division has collected aerial photos of the campus, capturing the changes that have been implemented on this beautiful campus.
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Learning Commons - Due to some flooding in the Learning Commons the lower level will be closed until at least next Wednesday for clean-up. Books can still be retrieved if necessary, however. Because of piping connections, bathrooms in the library as well as Locatelli have been temporarily shut off.