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Phase 1 of Sylvania CC bond remodel is complete

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On Monday, Jan 6, the Sylvania Campus kicked off the start of winter term by celebrating the completion and roll out of Phase 1 of the College Center’s bond remodel project. Students, staff and faculty were welcomed back to campus with a newly remodeled CC Lower Mall, as well as a new elevator on the north entrance of the CC building. Students expressed how much they liked the new open feel, common area seating spaces, and increased accessibility features

“I think it’s great,” said Tei-Onna Haggard, Multicultural Center student leader. “It’s much more spacious and I’m able to navigate the CC mall much easier than ever before.”

The Disability Services office was also relocated to the south end of the CC Building.

“We are thrilled that Disability Services is now part of the College Center building community – the main hub for student services and support on campus,” said Heather Lang, Sylvania’s Dean of Students. “It is a visible statement to students who experience disabilities, and those who do not, that we are an accessible and supportive college.”

  • The new lower CC mall has a much more open feel to it than before.
  • Monday, January 6, 2014 kicked off the start of Winter term at PCC. That day also marked the completion and rollout of Phase 1 of the College Center's (CC) Bond Remodel Project at Sylvania campus. Students, staff and faculty were welcomed back to campus with a newly remodeled lower CC mall, as well as a new elevator on the north entrance of the CC building. Students expressed how much they liked the "new open feel, common area seating spaces, and increased accessibility features". Tei-Onna Haggard, Multicultural Center Student Leader said, “I think it’s great! It’s much more spacious and I’m able to navigate the CC mall much easier than ever before.The Disability Services office was also relocated to the south end of the CC building. Heather Lang, Sylvania Dean of Students said, "We are thrilled that Disability Services is now part of the College Center building community - the main hub for student services and support on campus. It is a visible statement to students who experience disabilities, and those who do not, that we are an accessible and supportive college." Caption for pic 1The new and improved lower CC mall features increased accessibility for students. Caption for pic 2More seating allows students to take a break and connect in between classes.Caption for pic 3Sylvania Multicultural Center Student leader, Patrick Anderson, says he is “happy to have a space to continue promoting campus events and activities”. Caption for pic 4The new lower CC mall has a much more open feel to it than before.
  • More seating allows students to take a break and connect in between classes.
  • Sylvania Multicultural Center Student leader, Patrick Anderson, says he is “happy to have a space to continue promoting campus events and activities”.
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