Latest News

  • November 19, 2020: Moves completed
  • July 2, 2020: 1st move begins July30/31, 2020. 
  • April 20, 2020: WGVCV is deemed an essential project and preparing to complete construction. New constuction and move-in timelines are TBD.
  • March/April 2020: Move and opening of the building is on hold due to COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place mandate.
  • September 2019: The Chase Center opened! The UCSF Campus Life Services team launched a robust communications effort to inform the campus community of what to expect. See the UCSF Event & Traffic Alerts micro-site and sign up to receive alerts, learn about major traffic impacts at Mission Bay and how to avoid the area or plan your commute during event days/evenings.

About WGVCV

The Wayne and Gladys Valley Center for Vision is comprised of a 12-story academic tower on the north side that will house academic and administrative office space and other necessary support for various schools, departments and divisions moving from multiple UCSF sites including Laurel Heights. The Center for Vision is the five-story south wing and will house the Department of Ophthalmology and the Francis I. Proctor Foundation clinics (clinical, research and academic space).

 

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    For Occupants

    See Occupant Resources page for Furniture Resources, Committee Presentations and more!

    See Center for Vision and Academic Tower FAQ

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