The sweeping lawn and mighty trees at the Torrington Campus are no longer the only things that welcome visitors to the campus.
Thanks to a UConn 2000 renovation project, the main entrance to the campus has been renovated and now boasts a canopy, graded sidewalk, and handicapped accessibility.
The project also includes new glass walls and wider hallways to make various key offices accessible to students and others in wheelchairs. The work also included some renovations to the auditorium to make it
“With these improvements, we will ensure that all folks will be able to access the building in equal measure,” says Michael Menard, campus director.
“The renovation is a practical and important project for the campus. It will help us reach our goal of making the campus more accommodating to students, faculty, staff, and the public, and a resource and destination for the citizens of Litchfield County.”
The $650,000 project includes renovations to a lecture hall, new hardware for faculty offices, and improvements to restrooms.