Visitor Center Relocates

Construction begins on Marvin Center space for the hub for campus visitors.

July 28, 2010

Instead of coming to the Academic Center across from Gelman Library, visitors to campus will be directed to a new space on the ground floor of the Marvin Center.

This relocation will open up space for a 70-seat classroom in the Academic Center and offer an even more student-friendly experience for visitors, say university administrators.

“This location is ideal, because it will provide a student-centric visit experience and will give the Office of Admissions the opportunity to update and enhance a visit program for which it has continually received high marks,” said Kathryn Napper, associate vice president and dean of undergraduate admissions, in an e-mail.

Construction has already begun, and both the Academic and Visitor Centers are expected to be fully operational by the fall.

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