How to Submit a Facilities Work Order Request
Please complete and submit the CCA Facilities work order request form. The form allows you to describe a particular issue for which you seek assistance from CCA Facilities. Please be concise yet clear about the problem you're experiencing.
For all other questions and concerns, please contact Chief Facilities Officer Deborah Feldmann.
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San Francisco Campus
The Graduate Center is a 50,000-square-foot complex located on Hooper Street, across the street from the main San Francisco campus building.
The Graduate Center entry, staffed by a public safety officer 24 hours, seven days a week, is located along Hooper Street. This is the only entry and exit into the complex. Gate locks are programmed and key cards will be issued by the Hooper Street public safety officer.
The entrance remains unlocked during the day from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. At night, access is by key card only. The entry also features a large, programmable digital LED sign that announces the week's highlighted scheduled events.
Hooper Number System
The only entry to the Graduate Center is through the Hooper One (previously Hooper Three). Hooper Two retained its name; Hooper Three is now the building closest to Carolina Street.
A 200-foot-long space with trees and benches will be open to the college community (faculty, staff, students, trustees) during the daytime. Access hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters.
The first floor of Hooper One houses the majority of undergraduate and graduate seminar-format courses. These eight rooms have ceiling-mounted projectors, laptop hookups for faculty, and new seating and tables. These rooms also feature white boards, black-out curtains, and locks on the doors. Full state-of-the-art audio systems exist in each classroom.
Graduate Computing Lab
The graduate computing lab includes seven MacPro workstations with video-editing capabilities.
Graduate Program Offices
The majority of the graduate program chairs and administrative staff are based at the rear of the first floor of the Graduate Building:
The second level of the Graduate Building houses 38 MFA studios, making a total of 100 in the entire grad complex. The second level is accessible only to graduate students with assigned studios. These studios replace those previously located at the east end of the Nave in the main building.
Social Practice Program
Graduate Program in Fine Arts students with an emphasis in Social Practice are now housed on the first floor of 80 Carolina.
Financial Aid & Student Records
The Financial Aid and Student Records offices moved to a new, expanded space on the first floor of 80 Carolina.
The Writers' Studio is located at 195 de Haro Street, which is the home for the MFA Program in Writing. Access is generally limited to students, staff, and program faculty; however, public events are frequently presented at this space. A public safety officer is routinely on hand during all public events.
MAIN SF CAMPUS BUILDING (1111 EIGHTH STREET)
Graduate Design Space
The Graduate Program in Design includes dedicated workspace for 48 students and two large project rooms, including the installation of two video-editing workstations with black-and-white and color laser printers.
Animation students have a dedicated lab that includes storyboard, pencil test, and MacPro digital-animation stations as well as access to all Film Program facilities and equipment, including film and digital cameras for still and motion photography alike, digital and analog audio recorders, lighting equipment, and pre- and postproduction facilities equipped with industry-standard software packages.