Institutional Research and Planning

Space Planning & Management:
Campus Updates

 
Campus Department Relocations – Updated January 2020

The following departments have moved to their new locations on campus. These moves will provide much needed space so department(s) can better assist students. As of January 13, 2020 each unit will be fully operational.

  Department(s)

Former Location(s)

New Location

AVC for Student Affairs

2 nd Floor DePaolo Hall

1 st Floor – DePaolo Hall Suite 1003 offices 1006 and 1007

Office of the Dean of Students

Fisher University Union

1 st Floor - DePaolo Hall

Suite 1092-1101

Title IX and Clery Compliance

DePaolo Hall

1 st Floor - DePaolo Hall Suite 1003 offices 1003, 1008, 1009, 1011

University College

DePaolo Hall

1 st Floor Hoggard Hall

 Suite 103-111 and Suite 172- 186

University Learning Center

DePaolo Hall

1 st Floor - DePaolo Hall

Suite 1056-1120

Fall 2019

Department(s)

Former Location(s)

New Location

Associated Entities

Hoggard Hall

Alderman Hall

Chemistry/Biochemistry

Hoggard Hall

R Complex (across from Dobo Hall)

R23 Faculty and Staff Offices,

R22 Organic Labs

R21 Lecture Hall

Data Science (M.S.)

Osprey Hall

Friday Annex

Digital Arts (B.A.)

Cultural Arts & M.S.

Friday Annex

Distance Education and E-Learning

Various Campus Locations

Hoggard Hall

Coastal Engineering (B.S.)

n/a

King Hall

Earth & Ocean Sciences (New Labs)

n/a

King Hall

Internal Audit

Hoggard Hall

Alderman Hall

International Programs

Friday Annex

Hoggard Hall

Colleagues from Academic Affairs, Business Affairs, Human Resources, Finance, and University Advancement moved into the Administrative Annex. 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. Administrative Annex 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.
 

Department(s)

Former Location(s)

New Location

Academic Affairs Resource Management (AARM)

 

King Hall

1 st Floor - Administrative Annex

Offices 1013-1017

Advancement

Alderman Hall and King Hall

1 st Floor – Administrative Annex

1039 A-1039 Q, Offices 1034, 1036, 1037, 1038 and 1043

Human Resources

Friday Annex

1 st Floor – Administrative Annex

Offices 1045-1074

Sponsored Programs and Research Compliance (SPARC)

Hoggard Hall

1 st Floor – Administrative Annex

Offices 1019-1032

Enterprise Risk Management

Hoggard Hall

2 nd Floor – Administrative Annex

Offices 2008-2010

Finance

Various Campus Locations

2 nd Floor Administrative Annex

Institutional Research and Planning

Hoggard Hall

2 nd Floor Administrative Annex

Offices 2020-2038

January 2020

New Buildings and Enrollment Growth

The new Veterans Hall, Sandpiper Hall, Pelican Hall scheduled to open summer 2020. The new Parking Deck on the site of parking lot L (by Belk Hall) and the reopening of Dobo Hall will take place August 2020.  
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. 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:
  • 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 if you have questions.