Our new academic semester is well underway. Students, faculty and staff have asked about the status of the campus commitments we made last semester. Today’s update includes highlights that Chancellor Kent Syverud shared during his Winter Message on Jan. 13,…
Schine Student Center to Close Beginning May 13
Schine Student Center will close Monday, May 13, to begin construction on the proposed renovations. The newly designed building is scheduled to re-open in fall 2020.
In preparation for the building’s closure, University offices and services previously housed in Schine will relocate. The full list of offices and services and their new locations was announced in March. As a reminder, the list of offices and services moving include the following:
- Career Services
- Disability Cultural Center
- Learning Communities
- Office of First-Year and Transfer Programs
- Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
- Office of Multicultural Affairs
- Office of Parent and Family Services
- Office of Student Activities
- Schine Box Office
- Student Centers and Programming Services
- The Shaw Center for Public and Community Service
The Syracuse University Bookstore and Goldstein Auditorium will remain open throughout the renovation. The bookstore’s summer hours will go into effect Monday, May 13, and operate Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Access to the bookstore will be through the Einhorn Family Walk entrance. Goldstein Auditorium will resume hosting events in the fall. Access to the auditorium will be through the east entrance in between Schine and Bird Library.
As announced in November, the Schine Student Center will undergo a significant makeover as a key component of the Campus Framework, a 20-year roadmap meant to guide future campus planning and development. The redesigned space will feature enhanced accessibility, centralized spaces for students to gather and much more.
Updates with additional information will follow throughout the course of the renovation.