Institutional Research and Planning

Space Planning & Management:
Campus Updates

MARCH 2019

Colleagues from Academic Affairs, Business Affairs, Human Resources, Finance, and University Advancement moved into the Administrative Annex during the week of March 4. The Administrative Annex is a 34,000-square-foot modern office building located at 622 MacMillan Avenue North, nestled between the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Isaac Bear Early College.  It was constructed to centralize non-student facing administrative units and create opportunities within the academic core for new degree programs, faculty, teaching venues and expanded student services.

The following departments/units moved into the new Administrative Annex. Please check this site and the department/unit web pages for more information. 

Click on the FAQ's for more information about this building and operations.

Department/Unit

Current Location(s)

Move Date(s)

Academic Affairs Resource Management (AARM)
Friday Hall Staff Friday Hall March 5, 2019
King Hall Staff King Hall March 6, 2019
Finance
Budget and Financial Analytics Alderman Hall March 8, 2019
Controller
Accounts Payable
Hoggard Hall March 6, 2019
Accounts Receivable Hoggard Hall March 4, 2019
Fixed Assets Hoggard Hall March 4, 2019
General Accounting Hoggard Hall March 8, 2019
Payroll Hoggard Hall March 4, 2019
Student Accounts Warwick Center March 4, 2019
Travel Hoggard Hall March 6, 2019
Financial Systems Hoggard Hall March 4, 2019
Purchasing Hoggard Hall March 4, 2019
Human Resources Friday Annex March 5, 2019
Institutional Research and Planning Hoggard Hall/Friday Annex March 15, 2019
Institutional Risk Management Hoggard Hall March 6, 2019
Space Planning and Management Friday Annex March 5, 2019
Sponsored Programs and Research Compliance Hoggard Hall/Various Campus Locations March 7, 2019
University Advancement
Advancement Services and Annual Giving King Hall March 6, 2019
Communications King Hall March 6, 2019
Events and Boards Alderman Hall March 7, 2019
Stewardship King Hall March 6, 2019

The following departments/units have moved or are  scheduled to be moved once the Administrative Annex has been occupied and minor renovations are made to their new locations. These moves provide much needed space to accommodate new and growing academic degree programs; new classrooms, class labs and research labs; and alleviate compression. Please check this site and the department/unit web pages for more information on exact move dates and continuity of operations plan.  

Department/Unit

Current Location(s)

New Location

Move Date(s)

Associated Entities Hoggard Hall Alderman Hall March 11, 2019
Coastal Engineering (B.S.) n/a King Hall TBA
Data Science (M.S) Osprey Hall Friday Annex TBA
Dean of Students Fisher University Union DePaolo Hall TBA
Digital Arts (B.A.) Cultural Arts & M.S. Friday Annex TBA
Distance Education and E-Learning
Instructional Designers Various Campus Locations Hoggard Hall TBA
Earth & Ocean Sciences (New Labs) n/a King Hall TBA
Internal Audit Hoggard Hall Alderman Hall April 22, 2019
International Programs Friday Annex/Academic Support Hoggard Hall March 14, 2019
International Studies Leutze Hall Friday Annex TBA
University College DePaolo Hall Hoggard Hall TBA

Please contact Woody Sutton in Space Planning and Management if you have any questions.


January 2019

New Buildings and Enrollment Growth

In response to anticipated enrollment growth and a corresponding increase in new faculty and support staff hires, we want to inform you about some upcoming activities that will affect the campus. The new Veterans Hall is slated for site development in spring 2018 with an anticipated open date in mid-2020. To accommodate for site preparation and pre-construction, the two modular units located near McNeill Hall must be removed and the occupants relocated. Additionally, we anticipate hiring several dozen new faculty and staff to begin in the fall of 2018. Per the Chancellor’s request to minimize disruptions to campus operations while accommodating new faculty and staff, the following initiatives are underway and more details will follow in the coming months:

  • Temporary relocation of the CHHS dean’s suite to the former Purchasing Services Building.
  • Construction of the Administrative Annex to house various administrative units in multiple academic buildings across campus.
  • Campus moves to provide much needed space to accommodate new and growing academic degree programs; new classrooms, class labs and research labs; and alleviate compression.

It is also worthwhile to remind campus that all requests for space allocation, reallocation or repurposing must be approved by the appropriate unit vice chancellor and be submitted for review by the Space Allocation Committee. As units plan for future space needs, please work with the Office of Space Planning and Management to ensure your requests fit within the campus space planning process.

Finally, the Master Planning process is complete and all future space planning is contingent on the plan. 

You may contact Dr. Andy Mauk, Associate Provost for Institutional Research & Planning; or Woody Sutton, Campus Space Planner if you have questions.