201 Carter Drive, Suite 300
West Chester, PA 19383

News and Alerts


Shuttle buses will run a modified schedule for the Labor Day weekend: Sunday service will be 10 a.m. - 2 a.m. (every 20 minutes); Monday service will be 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. (every 20 minutes) and 6 p.m. - 2 a.m. (every 10 minutes). See the Shuttle Bus website for more information on shuttle times and routes.

Contact Information: Facilities Bus Transportation, 610‑436‑1053 or 610‑436‑2442.
The new grass areas of the Academic Quad will be fenced off for approximately two weeks (ending around 9/8/2014, if all goes well) in order to encourage the strong and sustained growth of the new sod. Daily watering of this sod will occur via a new sprinkler system installed in the "Great Lawn", and manual sprinklers will be set up outside of this central grass area. Student and Faculty are encouraged to stay off of these fenced off areas until such time that the barriers are removed.

New large scale heirloom White Oak trees will be planted in the three (3) landscape areas surrounding the "Great Lawn" on August 28th, 29th and 30th. Additional landscaping in these beds, surrounding these large scale trees, will be planted on Sept 4th, 5th and 6th immediately following the Student Involvement Fair on Sept 3rd.

The Facilities Division is thanking everyone in advance for their participation in the success of this project.

Contact Information: Tom Clark Director, Facilities Planning
The University is continuing to make progress in building a campus wide geo-exchange system. Over the next seven months, 187 more geothermal wells will be drilled in the lower portion of Sykes Parking Lot (K Lot). Temporary fencing has been erected in the parking lot to allow space for the first part of the well drilling operations. Please refer to this graphic for an overview of the restricted area.

To help alleviate the loss of parking space (82 total spaces), alternate nearby parking is available at the north campus tennis courts, the gravel lot adjacent to Wayne Hall, and behind Matlack Parking Structure, adjacent to Matlack Field . These alternate areas (124 total spaces) are identified on this graphic.

Please know that, throughout each phase of the project, every effort will be made to minimize the parking taken off line and contractor interference with traffic or pedestrian flow. Prior to each project phase, notifications of parking changes will be issued.

Contact Information: John Lattanze at 610‑436‑2713, jlattanze @ wcupa.edu or Greg Cuprak at 610‑436‑3200, gcuprak @ wcupa.edu.
Sykes K-Lot 3A/3B Well Drilling Project Update: On Wednesday, June 25, 2014, WCU Facilities Management conducted a Neighbor's Meeting at the Sykes Student Union Building to introduce and describe the Sykes K-Lot 3A/3B well drilling project to residents living adjacent to or nearby the wellfield site. In response to comments and suggestions made during this meeting, WCU has posted a copy of the project's drawing package on its website for general review. at Geothermal Amended DGS 414-69 Documents. Neighbors and other interested parties are welcome to review the drawings and contact the university with any questions and/or comments.

Notification of the project's starting date will be posted as soon as the information is confirmed by the contractor. Also, notifications of future events and milestones will be posted as the project progresses.

Contact Information:
Project Manager: John Lattanze, 610‑436‑2713, jlattanze@wcupa.edu
Executive Director of Facilities Management: Greg Cuprak, 610‑436‑3200, gcuprak@wcupa.edu