Major construction on east campus will provide graduate students with 2,431 new beds in four multi-story buildings along with a new roundabout, childcare facility and parking structure.
At its June meeting, the Board of Trustees approved what the Board chair called a “very conservatively constructed” University budget for the coming fiscal year as well as a three-year plan for investment in facilities that is largely devoted to growing housing.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) received an update on a project for new graduate housing in its latest meeting.
Due to concerns over new graduate housing development planned in Escondido Village (EV), some graduate students have filed an appeal to the Santa Clara County Architecture & Site Approval Committee in an attempt to block construction.
At Wednesday’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, members discussed a survey that collected graduate student responses on parking. This survey comes in light of plans for new graduate housing in Escondido Village (EV), a project in which parking spaces will become limited due to construction.
New construction has generated graduate student concerns over parking availability and access.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) met on Wednesday night, discussing graduate housing construction, social events, the Diversity Advisory Committee and funding. The GSC also discussed the format of the GSC meeting.
In their first meeting of the academic year, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) discussed several issues affecting the graduate student body, as well as endorsing a ballot initiative to raise the sales tax in Santa Clara County. The council also heard funding requests from several student groups.