By: Katie Porter
Construction plans for Dunlap Hall won’t interrupt classes this spring, administrators said.
The 40-year-old building will be renovated with updates to the stairs, restrooms and elevator, starting in April, but a planned move to temporary classrooms will happen later.
“Staff and students are not expected to vacate until the end of the spring semester,” said Michael Collins, Santa Ana College administrative services vice president.
Classes held in Dunlap include most humanities courses.