Planning is underway for renovations and expansion to the LBJ Student Center as consultants look to students for input on the changes.
Jack Rahmann, LBJ Student Center director, said consultants from an architectural firm are holding a series of meetings and taking surveys to understand the needs of students, guests and staff who use the student center. As enrollment continues to increase, the age of the building has become more apparent, Rahmann said.
“We are taking a two-phase approach,” Rahmann said. “First, we need to find out what the building needs, and then how it should grow.”