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LSA building occupants relocating

Offices and departments housed in the LSA building will move to new locations during renovations that will begin later this year. Here is a list of move-out dates and new locations:

• Anthropology to West Hall (Phase 1): April 21—April 25

• Sociology to University Towers: April 28—May 9

• Anthropology to West Hall (Phase 2): May 12—May 16

• LSA dean's staff (Budget and Finance, Facilities, Human Resources, Management Information Systems, Outreach Staffing Services, and the Undergraduate Education Student Recruitment, Scholarship Coordinator and Curriculum Support/First Year Seminars offices) to Dana Building (4th Floor): May 19—May 23

• LSA Dean's Office, Academic Affairs, Planning and Finance, Research and Graduate Studies, and the Undergraduate Education Associate and Assistant Deans offices to Haven Hall (6th Floor): May 27—-May 30

• WUOM to the Argus Building (ground floor), 535 W. William St.: end of July

• Anthropology to West Hall (Phase 3): Mid- to late-August

U-M Photo Services will move to 601 E. University Ave., above National City Bank, at a date that has not been determined. Information about that office's move, as well as the dates and locations of the Cashier's Office and Registrar's Office, will appear in a future edition of the Record.

The Copy Center is directing people to the Law School and School of Education copy centers.

A new air conditioning system in the LSA Building will be installed during the building-wide renovation. Three new classrooms also will be created during the project.

The building, which was constructed in 1948, houses the core administrative functions of LSA. The project, slated to begin this summer, primarily will address infrastructure and systems upgrades including fire detection and fire suppression, along with improved accessibility throughout the building. The project will be funded with $15 million from the state of Michigan capital outlay funds, $2 million from LSA and $9 million from Central Administration. The renovation project is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2005.

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