Campus Infrastructure: Renovating and Creating Classroom and Study Spaces
UCLA is committed to improving and expanding campus infrastructure, including classroom and study spaces, to meet the needs of students and faculty and to support UCLA’s mission of teaching, research and public service.
Facilities Management and the Office of Instructional Development recently completed 12 classroom renovations, including redesigned lighting, flooring, furniture and audio visual upgrades, in the following buildings:
- Moore Hall (100)
- Court of Sciences (24, 50, 76)
- Young Hall (1044, 2200, 2200)
- Geology (3656, 4645, 4660, 6704)
- Slichter (2834)
Improvements were also made to outdoor plazas in order to expand study spaces for students. Of particular interest are the new tables outside Haines Hall and Powell Library, which include power outlets for portable devices.
Additionally, the much anticipated Study at Hedrick is nearing completion. The facility will be a world-class, flexible space for individual or small group study that can accommodate up to 350 students, 24 hours a day. The Study features free Wi-Fi, charging stations, Artisan Bakery, Coffee & Tea Bar, and a large fireplace, providing an inviting, comfortable study environment.
Classroom renovations planned for Summer 2017 include 17 classrooms in Haines Hall, renovations of a 350-seat auditorium in La Kretz Hall, a 290-seat “flipped auditorium” in Rolfe Hall and completion of renovations in Dodd Hall.
More Images of Classroom Renovations
Image in article: Study at Hedrick
Images from left to right: Moore Hall, Geology and Court of Sciences