Classroom Buildings

Bundy Campus Classroom Building

In March 2004, the SMC Board of Trustees approved the demolition and removal of Building #1, a very large one-story manufacturing and warehouse building; the demolition and removal of Building #3, a smaller one-story manufacturing building; the renovation of Building #4 (West Building), the four-story office building; and additional landscaping improvements.

Humanities & Social Science

The Humanities and Social Science (HSS) building was built as a replacement for the earthquake-damaged Liberal Arts Building. Due to schedule considerations caused by funding deadlines, the building was built with two wings, the North and South. The North wing had to be rushed into construction while the South building was still in design.

Library Village Renovation – Math Classrooms

With the completion of the new Library, the “Temporary Library” was made available for renovation. The Math department was working out of temporary buildings that were set up after the 1994 earthquake. Those buildings will need to be removed to make way for the Liberal Arts – South Building. With this renovated facility all of the Math department is located in one building with additional classroom and lab facilities.

Math/Science Addition to the Science Complex

This project would propose construction of a new addition to the current Science Building that would consolidate the Mathematics and Science programs. The Math Department is current operating within a temporary facility. Some of the Science programs that are dispersed throughout the campus include Anthropology, Astronomy, Geography and Geology. The new facility would also expand programs in Physical and Life Sciences.

Drescher Hall: Academic Facilities Modernization, Bookstore & Pico Promenade

This project includes the transformation of Dresher Hall and the Pico Boulevard side of the campus. One component of this project is a remodel of Drescher Hall, built in the 1960s for the teaching of vocational trades. The building lacks modern infrastructure and is not easily accessible on the first floor. The Photography Department is currently split between this building and the Business Building. This modernization project consolidates the photo program in one location in Drescher Hall and accommodates an expanded use of digital photo technologies.

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