North Quad community open house set for March 31
Members of the campus and community are invited to an official celebration of the opening of the North Quadrangle Residential and Academic Complex from 3-6 p.m. March 31.
Hosted by the president, provost and vice president for student affairs, the event will offer participants refreshments, ongoing tours and a short program that will begin at 3:45 p.m.
North Quad is the first new U-M residence hall to open in more than 40 years. In addition to 450 residents, it is home to the School of Information, the LSA Departments of Screen Arts and Cultures and Communication Studies, the Sweetland Center for Writing, the Global Scholars Program, the Language Resource Center and the Max Kade House.
Residents as well as faculty, staff and students are eager to show some of the spaces and activities that make North Quad such a unique living and learning facility. During the open house, visitors will have the opportunity to participate in a guided tour into the residential space, as well as explore the rest of the complex at their own pace.
Read more in next week's Record and Record Update on what has taken place in the campus' newest living and learning community since it opened in the fall.