With classrooms, game rooms, multi-purpose spaces, and sports facilities, the student center is designed to encourage students to gather and socialize. The main gymnasium is 14,300 square feet with a collegiate level basketball court, bleachers, and a running track. The Community Hall, or auxiliary gymnasium, is 6,850 square feet and also has a collegiate level basketball court. The location of this facility as well as the new pedestrian-oriented “heart” of the campus ties into the overall master plan for the University.
A new central landscaped plaza, increased parking, new traffic pattern and land available for future expansion, has created a safer environment for the students. This building has created a new identity for the campus by changing its visual and locational orientation focusing on pedestrian activity and spaces.
Master Planning & Design
AIA Merit Award