Prior to the start of CCU's Lakewood campus redevelopment project, our campus consisted of twenty buildings, totaling 239,000 square feet. As part of the redevelopment, the majority of these buildings will be replaced with new structures, with the exception of four apartment style residence halls that were built in 2002. The University also added 4.4 acres of land contiguous to the main campus, in addition to 15.7 acres west of campus at the intersection of Kipling and Alameda.
After the completion of the entire redevelopment project, we will have several new buildings, and together with the existing apartments, our campus will total approximately 700,000 square feet.
Yetter Hall, CCU's first new residential building, becomes home to 300 students at the start of the fall 2015 semester.
Construction begins on a new residence hall with 53 apartment-style units.
CCU students attend class in Leprino Hall, CCU's new academic building, at the start of the fall semester.
Demolish the School of Education and Life Directions Center buildings. Begin construction of Leprino Hall.
Move faculty and staff from the School of Business and Leadership, School of Education and other University offices into temporary buildings.
Construction begins on the new perimeter road, upgraded entrance, parking lots, and other infrastructure.
The CCU community dedicates the site for CCU's campus redevelopment project on May 2, 2013. Watch video. >
The building permit for the campus redevelopment is reviewed and approved.
The Lakewood City Council approves CCU's request for rezoning the Lakewood campus on October 8, 2012. Read more. >
*The milestones listed represent the anticipated time frames and are subject to modification during construction.