Campus Commons Timeline
Students, faculty, staff and community members are introduced to Campus Commons and invited to share their ideas through focus groups and graffiti walls
Campus Commons steering committee publishes a program plan detailing the project vision, scope, financing, facility requirements and construction schedule
UNC submits request for funding to the State of Colorado and begins the process of presenting the Campus Commons to the state’s legislative representatives
UNC introduces Campus Commons to alumni in the Fall/Winter edition of Northern Vision
UNC visits the Colorado Capital Development Committee to formally present the Campus Commons for funding consideration
The Capital Development Committee recommends funding phase 1 of the Campus Commons at $23 million moving the project forward
State funding award announced
Design and contracting Phase I (July 2015 - March 2016)
Submit request for Phase II funding to the State
UNC selects Denver-based architectural firms Semple Brown and Handprint Architecture to design Campus Commons.
UNC selects Adolfson & Peterson as the general contractor.
Capital Development Committee hearings
State funding announced for Phase II
UNC celebrated ground breaking during Homecoming October 22, 2016. The celebration included live performances from the Pride of the Rockies Marching band, a visit from Governor John Hickenlooper and remarks by university leaders
UNC launches Campus Commons Performance Hall Seat Campaign for friends and patrons to name one of 600 seats in the new performance hall
Construction begins - parking and transportation updates available online
Following momentum from Campus Commons fundraising, UNC announces $45 million Campaign for UNC during 2017 Honored Alumni Ceremony
Provost Robbyn Wacker leads campus tour of construction site for university employees
Following an external search, Sarah Chase named director of new One Stop Plus (OS+) center
Assistant Vice President for Student Success Stephanie Torrez outlines the operational and strategic vision behind the OS+ center as resource for students and faculty
President Norton highlights Campus Commons, and the opportunities for UNC's next leader, in 2017 State of the University address
Occupy Campus Commons
*All future dates are subject to change.