The William N. Pennington Student Achievement Center will bring together vital student centers currently scattered throughout the campus under one roof. This new facility will encourage interaction among students, staff, and faculty of all backgrounds by providing gathering spaces and centers that are open and accessible to every member of the campus community. The Pennington Student Achievement Center (SAC) will be constructed on the site where the Getchell Building occupied until it was demolished last winter. This new 78,000 square foot facility will be a place for all students to use with access to the Writing Center, Math Center, Tutoring Center, Career Services, Advising Center, Student Veterans Affairs, Disabilities Resource Center, Counseling Services, Trio & McNair Scholars, and Student Faith Based Groups. In addition there will be several shared collaborative workspaces, computer workstations and food service.
University Project Manager: Scott Brown
Architect: H + K Architects
CMAR Contractor: CORE Construction