The Titan Student Union (TSU) now has 27,000 square feet of new space for students to study and recharge. The new wing will officially open to the Cal State Fullerton community on Thursday, Oct. 20, with a grand opening celebration.
Join students, faculty, staff and alumni at the TSU this Thursday to celebrate the opening of the new wing, which features study areas, an expanded pizza restaurant and glass-enclosed meeting facilities. Finished months ahead of schedule, the construction project has been completed with sustainability in mind, with energy-efficient lighting and water-conserving plumbing systems.
Boasting orange furniture with power connections, an outdoor terrace with fire pits, plans for a new Starbuck’s, and hip airy architecture, the expanded TSU is likely to become the new hub of extracurricular activity on campus.
The grand opening celebration will began at 1 p.m. with free food and music. A ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring President Mildred García and ASI officials will occur at 2 p.m. There will be activities with prizes on every floor.
Home to study areas, computer labs, the food court, and meeting spaces for special events and student clubs, the TSU has served the Cal State Fullerton community since 1976. The last significant expansion project was completed in 1992. The latest addition is designed to accommodate the university’s current student population of around 40,000.
For more information, contact Associated Students Inc. (ASI) at 657-278-7739. An overview of the construction project is available online.