University of California, Riverside Constructs Student Success Center

Published 6-18-2020
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center
  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center

    Courtesy of Gensler & UC Riverside.

  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center

    Courtesy of Gensler & UC Riverside.

  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center

    Courtesy of Gensler & UC Riverside.

  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center

    Courtesy of Gensler & UC Riverside.

  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center

    Courtesy of Gensler & UC Riverside.

  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center

    Courtesy of Gensler & UC Riverside.

  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center

    Courtesy of Gensler & UC Riverside.

  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center

    Courtesy of the University of California, Riverside.

  • University of California, Riverside - Student Success Center

    Courtesy of Gensler & UC Riverside.

The University of California, Riverside is constructing the $58 million Student Success Center. Designed by Gensler, the three-story, 60,000-sf academic building will provide approximately 1,100 general assignment classroom seats. Featuring a round auditorium to enhance the delivery of progressive pedagogies, the flexible facility will offer a mix of instructional spaces including lecture halls, classrooms, and seminar suites. The structure will also include multipurpose meeting venues, informal study areas, lounges, and a dining venue. The construction manager for the design-build project is Swinerton. Work began on the Student Success Center in January of 2020 and occupancy is expected in fall of 2021.

Related Organizations
Gensler
Architect
Swinerton
Construction Manager