Former Wichita State University students might remember Clinton Hall as a dark and cold building, but starting in September, it will begin its metamorphosis into the bright and welcoming Shocker Success Center.
This project will completely transform Clinton Hall into a holistic resource for student services, said Elizabeth King, president and CEO of the WSU Foundation. Centralizing access to these services will help students stay on course to graduate.
While the renovations will bring about remarkable opportunities for students, the construction will cause some temporary disruptions and closures of the sidewalks and parking areas adjacent to Clinton Hall. We’ll be making every effort to minimize the inconvenience for our students, faculty, and staff.