Sonoma State University Breaks Ground on Major Renovation of Stevenson Hall

After more than 10 years of planning, Sonoma State University is proud to announce the groundbreaking of the Stevenson Hall Renovation Project, which is designed to refresh the building into a 21st century academic learning environment and will provide educational and meeting spaces. Stevenson Hall has played such a vital role in the history of the university, including being the first building constructed on campus. We look forward to reopening its doors in Fall 2022, so it may continue to positively serve our campus community.

The renovated Stevenson Hall will house the Schools of Business and Economics, Education and Social Sciences, and will feature state-of-the-art classroom and lecture spaces. The Stevenson Hall renovation is designed to a LEED Gold sustainability standard, taking advantage of natural sunlight throughout, using green materials and enhancing energy efficiency.

We invite you to view our Virtual Groundbreaking video playlist, with recorded messages, photos, and appreciation for everyone who helped to make this project a reality and success. We encourage you to follow the metamorphosis of the building over the next year by visiting the Stevenson Hall Renovation Project website.

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