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Campus Additions and Improvements That 学生们 Will Love

UC Davis is growing and expanding! 学生们 can look forward to enjoying major new facilities on campus. 该se remodels and renovations help defer future maintenance and ensure the conditions of the buildings stay up to date. Here's a preview of what's coming:

New Residence Halls

Walker Hall Redevelopment, Fall 2019

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Renovations of a historic building will provide a new hub for graduate and professional students. (UC Davis)

Vacant since 2011, this Spanish colonial revival will get seismic upgrades and then become home for a new 毕业 and 专业的 Student Center  500 Internal Server Error

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Webster Hall Redevelopment, Fall 2019

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Webster Hall's replacement building, Yosemite Hall, increases the bed count to 390; includes a computer center and mailroom. (UC Davis)

The 266-bed Webster Hall in the Cuarto Area reopens as Yosemite Hall, increasing its bed count to 390. The renovation includes a computer center and mailroom. 该 hall reopens Fall 2019.

Haring Hall Renovation, Winter 2020

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An entrance to Haring Hall. (Don Preisler/UC Davis photo)

This renovation is in the early stages of planning and programming. It is envisioned that it will provide classrooms of varying sizes and offices for faculty and teaching assistants.

Veterinary Medical Centers

Equine Performance Center

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A conceptual rendering of a new Equine Performance Center coming to UC Davis. (UC Davis)

该 project will house Equine Integrated Sports Medicine, client services, an imaging center and related support spaces.

Livestock and Field Services Center

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A new facility and renovated buildings will house a variety of livestock services and related support spaces.

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Just in time for Summer 2019, the UC Davis Recreation Pool is now open! (UC Davis)

Finished just in time for Summer 2019, the UC Davis Recreation Pool now provides a seasonal pool for student and community recreation purposes as well as a year-round pool for lap swimming, sport clubs and intramurals. A sand volleyball court will be added and the locker room has been renovated to include a shower and gender-inclusive restrooms. 该 new facility will be fully Wi-Fi enabled and uses solar energy to assist with heating.

Tercero 用餐 Commons 2, Fall 2019

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A new dining hall coming to the Tercero area will have seating for up to 500, and will have accommodations for studying. (UC Davis)

This project will include a new 500-seat dining hall to allow for future growth in the Tercero area, a retail dining venue to serve the Tercero and Silo neighborhoods, and a study to help locate the site for a future residential complex.

Activities and Recreation Center Expansion

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该 expansion of the Activities and Recreation Center will add indoor and outdoor facilities. (UC Davis)

This renovation of the Activities and Recreation Center will get your heart pounding. It will add 19,500 gross square feet to the 150,000 square-foot facility. Features of the renovation include an expanded weight room with additional cardio equipment, an enclosed boxing studio, suspension training and an outdoor training area. 该 indoor cycling studio will also be renovated.

Learning Facilities

Student-Athlete Performance Center, Spring 2020

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Part of a new building complex, a new training field will open in Fall 2019 as a part of a larger Student-Athlete Performance Center coming to UC Davis. (UC Davis)

This facility will include training facilities, a sports medicine center, offices and a multipurpose natural grass practice field. 该 field is slated to open fall 2019, with the building construction starting spring 2020.

教学 and Learning Complex, coming in 2022

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Slated to open in 2022, the UC Davis 教学 and Learning Complex is expected to provide more classroom space and seats, with a range of innovations. (UC Davis)

The area next to the Silo will be home to a multistory general assignment classroom building, providing approximately 2,000 seats, with a range of innovative and traditional teaching spaces. 该 building has an open date of 2022.

International Center

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该 International Center signifies the growing international efforts of the university. (Karin Higgins/UC Davis photo)

UC Davis International Center, on California Avenue south of Russell Boulevard, just opened its doors to serve not only international students and scholars, but also those going abroad. 该 61,700-square-foot building includes classrooms, computer labs, administrative space and shared resources for UC Davis 延期’s Center for International Education and these Global Affairs units: Office of the Vice Provost, Services for International 学生们 and Scholars, and 出国留学. Gathering spaces include a multi-purpose room, a large commons area and an outdoor courtyard.

Ann E. Pitzer Center

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Chamber and solo music performances have a new stage at the Ann E. Pitzer Center. (Greg Urquiaga/UC Davis photo)

Ann E. Pitzer Center is sure to strike the right note with much-needed classroom space, rehearsal studios, a recording control room and a production office. The recital hall, with 399 seats, will host dozens of concerts a year and serve as a lecture hall. 该 17,500-square-foot center on Hutchison Drive will celebrate its opening Sept. 23-25. It is named for Ann E Pitzer ’58, who donated $5 million toward the project.

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