In building our new student residence, our goals are to create a collaborative environment conducive to learning and also to better accommodate the thousands of visitors who come to our campus for tours, educational presentations, events and graduations. The residence is designed on a single-occupancy room model, offering a safe and secure environment for students to socialize, learn and recreate.
The building is planned in a 'U' shaped configuration. Seventeen guest suites and one staff suite surround a common central courtyard. Key student-support spaces such as staff and nursing offices, student lounge and laundry rooms are readily accessed along the halls of the building wings. Covered patios and entry wet-rooms provide sheltered access to/from transportation during inclement weather.
Student Guest Suites
Much like a hotel, each guest suite offers a double bed, private bath with walk-in shower, closet, sitting area, desk with computer connections, bureau and television set.
Outside each room, covered dog-relieving areas shelter students and dogs from the rain. A semi-private patio faces a courtyard and fenced runs where students can groom, bond and allow their dogs off-leash play.
A warm and inviting fireside lounge offers the perfect setting for classes or small social gatherings by students or visitors. The ADA-accessible outdoor graduation stage opens into an indoor assembly hall that hosts events, presentations and graduation ceremonies (during inclement weather).
Captain Sully and Lorrie Sullenberger support our New Student Residence Project
Scenes from February 27, 2012 Groundbreaking Ceremony
Help us build our new student residence! For more information and to discuss naming opportunities, please call our Development Department at 800 295-4050 or 415 499-4000.