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By Kelsey Reichmann
Editor-in-Chief

The long anticipated Student Success Hub that was supposed to open in April is being delayed. 

The Student Success Hub, which will be located on the third and fourth floors of the library, will house some the programs and organizations being affected by the Small College Complex demolition. 

The original move date was April 5th, however, it seems as though delays may push that date back. 

“I’m concerned that we are not going to make April 5th and that if we start to not make April 5th, we get so close to finals,” Naomi Goodwin, VP of Administration and Finance, said. 

The occupants of the SCC have been preparing to move since last semester. 

The SCC holds 18 classrooms with 800 total seats and houses 16 offices. 

In the original plan proposed in a town hall on April 25, 2018, the SCC was supposed to be demolished in January or February of 2019. That date was pushed back at the Space Mitigation Town Hall last semester. 

According to Campus Space Planning presentation that was shown at the April Town Hall, the Student Success Hub will “be the center of intellectual and creative life at CSUDH, facilitating teaching, learning, research, intellectual inquiry, and curiosity.”

The demolition of the SCC will make room for the beginning of construction of the Innovation and Instruction Building. 

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