Salem State University is committed to providing students both a high-quality education and a suitable environment for academic and personal growth. Through campus developments and capital improvements, the university can compete with the multitude of higher education options throughout Massachusetts, bringing students from cities and towns throughout the state, the country and the world to Salem.
Please click on the links below for current updates and neighborhood presentations on specific projects. You may also visit the Salem State construction blog around active and planned university construction projects.
Salem State University Neighborhood Advisory Committee
During a special meeting of the SSUNAC on Tuesday, December 3, the university presented a revised design for the new residence hall scheduled to open in 2015. This new design reduces the west side of the building from the originally proposed five-stories to four and reduces the number of beds from 400 to approximately 350. A rendering and elevations of the new design can be seen on the university’s construction blog noted above.
The next SSUNAC meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 15, 2012 at 7 p.m. in the Enterprise Center on Central Campus.
Construction Work Hours
There is no off-hour work scheduled at this time.
Normal Work Hours
Normal construction hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
MASTER VISION CONCEPTS
Sasaki Associates presented concepts for a campus master vision that looks to the year 2040 at the SSUNAC meeting on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. Please click here to view the presentation.
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Updated on December 5, 2013.