Shoreline Community College students have opportunities to weigh in on the next phase for the 4000 Building, also known as the Ray W. Howard Library Media and Technology Center.
The building has undergone some adjustments over the past year or two. In the spring of 2014, the long unused TV studio on the lower floor became a black-box theater space used by a variety of digital film, theater and other programs. In the fall of 2014, tutoring services relocated from the 5000 Building (FOSS) to offices on the library main floor. This summer, the Math Learning Center and The Writing and Learning Studio also moved into library main-floor spaces.
To voice preferences and opinions for the next phase, all students can:
– Attend a session from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 28, in the PUB Main Dining Room, with Seong Shin, Principal for Interior Design Services, and other personnel at McGranahan Architects of Tacoma. McGranahan is the firm the college has been working with on a number of projects across the campus, including the library/400 Building.
– Fill out the online survey here
Similar sessions and a survey are available for college employees in general and specifically those working in the library/4000 Building.
Student participation will help the college in future planning efforts.