We are excited to report that the modules for the third residence hall are scheduled to begin arriving Monday, March 11 after midnight. The parking lot outside the Hagan building and along the western portion of the lot by the Public Square (site plan for locations (PDF)) will be closed to allow for staging of the units. Please be aware of areas that are blocked off and follow directions from Public Safety officers. The south entrance and exit will remain closed from March 11 through March 25 to allow for the units to be set in place. The local Police and Fire departments have been made aware of the closings. Because of reduced parking availability, the Molloy Main Campus (and the four S. Hempstead houses) will be closed on the following days:
- Tuesday, March 19, 2019
- Wednesday, March 20, 2019
All other Molloy locations - 50 Broadway in NYC, 30 Hempstead Ave., the Rt. 110 campus and CERCOM - will remain open.
There will be follow-up communication related to the specifics of these closures and their impact for specific groups (students, faculty, employees) and updates will be posted on the Molloy website.
If you have specific questions, please contact:
Students: Janine Payton, Vice President for Student Affairs, email@example.com
Faculty: Barbara Schmidt, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff/Administration: Lisa Miller, Assistant Vice President, Human Resources, email@example.com
Modular construction was implemented so the units could be built off site, trailered to campus, and set on a completed foundation. This method was chosen in an effort to reduce long-term congestion on campus.
Given the closure of the south entrance for these two weeks, everyone will come in through the north entrance. There will be Public Safety members at that location to help with the traffic flow, but please allow extra time to enter the campus and make your way to a parking spot.
Construction hours will be 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience caused by this activity. The result will be the completion of the residential quad and an additional 90 students living on campus!