The Moffitt Library’s fourth and fifth floors are now closed for an extensive renovation to accommodate new styles of learning and studying. Since this area will be under construction, students are not permitted, and we ask that staff avoid the area during this work. Both Moffitt Library elevators will also be replaced during the summer and fall of 2015.
While the renovations are taking place, the first three floors and the Free Speech Movement Cafe will stay open for student use. Additional tables were added to the first floor of Moffitt to increase the seating capacity of that study space.
The full project is set to be completed by Fall 2016. The renovated floors will include seating for more than 500, new meeting and conference spaces, and open-air balconies. Both floors will be accessible 24 hours a day and food and drink will be allowed.
Read more about the renovation project in the Daily Californian.
We apologize for any noise or dust this work will cause, but we hope the new space will be well worth the inconvenience.
Please contact Cory Welch, Facilities & Building Coordinator, if you have questions.