Summer 2017: What’s happening in Clerici
Friday, 12 May 2017
This summer sees work continuing apace as the Clerici and former main hall buildings are transformed into modern spaces for teaching and learning.
Clerici, which was the University’s former main reception off Gipsy Lane, is continuing its remodelling, which will see 30 new teaching rooms sit alongside social learning space and a collaborative lecture theatre designed to encourage collaboration.
The building will also be the new home at Headington of the Oxford Brookes Business School.
Business-related books and journals currently at Wheatley will be transferred to Headington library later this month, between 22 May and 9 June. During this time some books may be temporarily unavailable while they’re being transported. Find more information on the move, including how to make sure you’re not affected, on the library webpages.
Students of the Business School returning in September will be taught at Headington, with staff from the School expected to move into their new offices in late summer.
The new hall will also be completed over the summer, creating a new space for teaching, graduations and other key University events.
You can follow progress of the works on Twitter: @space_to_think.
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