Duke 360: The Bryan Center

Renovations to the Bryan Center began during the 2012 winter break and are expected to be completed by fall 2013. The changes are designed to create more appealing and flexible spaces for students and staff members. This is the first major renovation since its construction more than thirty years ago. Here are a few changes to look forward to:

The Plaza: Above, a new exterior entrance to the retail areas; large windows for natural light and displays; a new main entrance of sliding glass doors

University Stores: New shared entrance for unified University Store and the Gothic Bookshop; integrated technology center in lower level; post office and mailboxes in the bottom level of the store

Upper Level: New offices for the Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life with a library, conference room, and study space, as well as a patio facing Duke Chapel; new offices for the vice president for student affairs

Middle Level: Above, middle, new homes for University Center Activities & Events, Duke Student Government, Black Student Association, and the Duke University Union

Lower Level: Renovated and expanded Center for Multicultural Affairs, Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, and a new Duke Leadership and Social Actions Office; a large student-life patio that opens out to the Events Pavilion and eventually the lower-level renovated spaces of West Union


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