Where is the main entrance of the Student Services Building (SSB)?
There are two sides to the SSB, and the larger section contains the essential services and offices for students. The main entrance to the larger section is located through the double doors on the south side of the building (closer to the University Library).
Where is the Bronco Advising Center?
Where is the Cashier’s Office?
The Cashier’s Office is on the first floor of the SSB. Enter from the main entrance, turn left and walk to the green counter.
Where should prospective students go for information?
Admissions, Outreach and other offices for prospective students are on the first floor of the SSB. Enter from the main entrance and walk up to the orange counter. That area includes: Admissions, Outreach, PolyTransfer, Graduate Studies and Early Start.
Where do I find a list of offices in the SSB?
Offices in the SSB are listed in PolyCentric and on this online map. The building also has kiosks with map information. Staff are also updating their individual office locations in Bronco411, the campus directory.
How do you reserve conference rooms in the SSB? Which will be available for faculty, staff, students?
Members of the campus community, which include faculty, staff and students, would be allowed to use the conference rooms. The reservation process is being addressed.
Are there access restrictions to the SSB?
All floors of the SSB are open to the public, but portions of the second and third floors will have limited access. Details about access for faculty and staff are undergoing discussion.
Are there vending machines or coffee machines?
Some of the break rooms will include vending machines or coffee machines.
Can the courtyard space be reserved?
Not at this time. Access to the courtyard and portions of the SSB are under discussion.
What is the emergency evacuation area?
Parking Lot C and the areas around the SSB are the planned evacuation areas.
Are people allowed to cut through the hills around the SSB?
No. Pedestrians should use the walkways adjacent to the SSB to get to their destinations. The campus’ landscaping department works diligently to maintain the pristine appearance of the landscaping.
Which restrooms in the SSB are open to the campus community?
The main restrooms are located on the first floor and are open to the campus community.
How many trees were removed? How many trees were planted?
A total of 22 trees were removed during the construction phase, but 153 were replanted as part of the new landscaping.
What is the square footage of the CLA Building, tower side?
The approximate square footage of the CLA Tower is 92,000. The SSB is 138,000 square feet.
Are any phone numbers changing?
Phone numbers to campus departments and staff who have moved into the SSB are not changing.
What are the hours of access for the SSB?
The SSB will be open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The hours may be adjusted to reflect usage patterns for the building.
What’s happening to the CLA Building?
There are no immediate plans for the future use of the tower portion of the CLA Building. The classroom side of the CLA will remain open. The two entrances on the first floor of the tower section will be sealed after departments on those floors move to the SSB. The CLA Building will be eventually shut down.
Will the Aratani Japanese Garden remain open?
Yes. The Aratani Japanese Garden will remain open for the enjoyment of the campus community and visitors to campus.
Will the 8th floor of the CLA Building be available for meetings/events?
Once the CLA is shuttered, the 8th-floor Heritage Room will no longer be available for meetings.
Will the bridge on the 4th floor connecting the two sections remain open?
Access to the CLA from the bridge will be closed once the building is shut down. The open area with succulents and other plants will remain open.