Feasibility Study Begins on Schine Student Center
Throughout the next few months, the Schine Student Center will undergo a feasibility study. The feasibility study aims to explore possibilities for the current space in the center by analyzing the building and gathering campus community input.
“The Schine Student Center serves as an essential hub of student life on campus, with thousands passing through its doors each day,” says Dolan Evanovich, senior vice president for enrollment and the student experience. “As we begin this feasibility study, we ask our campus community members, especially students, to participate in visioning discussions on how the current space is used and could be designed to enhance the student experience.”
In collaboration with the Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience and Campus Planning, Design and Construction, architectural firms Mackey Mitchell Architects and Ashley McGraw Architects, P.C., are partnering to lead the feasibility study. Not only do the firms bring expertise, but the alumni working at each firm bring their familiarity with campus to the study.
Campus community members will be invited to campuswide engagement sessions in the coming weeks to offer their ideas and suggestions. Dates, times, locations and additional details are forthcoming. Ideas and suggestions for Schine Student Center can also be emailed to email@example.com.