Sneak Peek of Building 4 – A Tour of the First and Second Floors

A message from Dr. Kathleen Plinske, Campus President, Osceola and Lake Nona

The third and fourth floors of Building 4 will be amazing learning spaces for our students, with 18 new classrooms and 10 new science labs. The first and second floors will be equally amazing spaces to support student learning.

The showcase space of the second floor is our new library, which will be about twice the size of our existing library. It was designed to meet students’ myriad needs, including silent study space, areas that support collaboration, and space to support information literacy. The library features a grand two-story “reading room” with beautiful views overlooking the campus green. There are several group study rooms where students can work on group projects, as well as a “silent study space,” which will be furnished with traditional study carrels. In addition, there is a library instruction classroom, an open computer area, and plenty of comfortable seating scattered throughout the book stack area.

The second floor will also be home to the math and science division office, UCF’s Regional Campus Offices, as well as a Testing/Assessment Center that will serve approximately 100 students.

The first floor of Building 4 will be home to a new cafeteria for the campus, a new bookstore, a multipurpose meeting room, and an academic support space named “The Depot.” Named after the “Math Depot,” our new academic support center will be home to tutoring in math, science, and our A.S. programs, as well as an open computer area for mathematics. In addition, The Depot will be home to a number of small group study rooms and a video recording studio for both student and faculty use. Furthermore, faculty development and the Center for Teaching/Learning Innovation will have their offices adjacent to The Depot.

Click here for a tour of the third and fourth floors of Building 4.

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