Institutional Research and Planning

Space Planning & Management:
Campus Updates

 
Campus Department Relocations – Updated Summer 2020

The following departments have relocated into new locations on campus.

Department(s)

Former Locations(s)

New Locations(s)

 

 

 

Cameron School of Business:

 

 

 

Swain Center

Congdon Hall

Friday Annex

Offices 171, 172, 173, 178

 

 

 

College of Arts Sciences:

 

 

Biology & Marine Biology

R23, CMS, Friday Hall

DOBO Hall

1st and 2nd floor

Chemistry & Biochemistry

R23, CMS, MARBIONC

Veterans Hall

3rd floor

 

 

DOBO Hall

2nd floor

Environmental Sciences

Teaching Lab

DOBO Hall

2nd floor

International Studies

Friday Annex

Teaching Lab

2nd floor

 

 

 

College of Health Human Services:

 

 

 

Dean’s Office

Purchasing Modular

McNeill Hall

Veteran’s Hall

1st, 2nd, 3rd floor

School of Nursing

McNeill Hall

Veteran’s Hall

2029A – 2029F,

2059B,

2060A – 2060E

School of Social Work

McNeill Hall

Veteran’s Hall

2006A - 2006L

School of Health & Applied Human Sciences

 

Hanover Hall

Veteran’s Hall

2nd and 3rd floor

 

McNeill Hall

Veteran’s Hall

2nd and 3rd floor

 

Natatorium

Veteran’s Hall

2nd and 3rd floor

 

Trask

Veteran’s Hall

2nd and 3rd floor

 

 

 

Military Affairs

Warwick Center

Veteran’s Hall

1029A – 1029J

Veterans Hall will serve as the new home of the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) and house existing health and human services degree programs and new programs under consideration such as respiratory therapy, speech language pathology and physician assistant studies. In addition to the CHHS programs, faculty and staff from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Office of Military Affairs will occupy space in the facility supporting UNCW’s commitment to inter-professional collaboration. 

Dobo Hall, which was significantly damaged by Hurricane Florence in 2018, will reopen in Fall 2020 for students. The newly renovated building will house department of Biology and Marine Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry and Environmental Sciences faculty/staff.

The Central Parking Deck is the second parking deck for UNCW and is located on Riegel Rd, in close proximity to the Burney Center, Fisher University Union and Fisher Student Center, UNCW athletic facilities, student housing, and the new Veterans Hall. The Central Deck will provide premier parking accommodations for students, faculty, staff and visitors.

Sandpiper Hall and Pelican Hall are two of the newest state-of-the art residence halls opening in Fall 2020 as part of the Housing Village complex. When completed in 2021, the four new halls will be a mixture of suite and pod-style for freshmen and upperclassmen. The halls will include classrooms, maker spaces, study areas, and retail spaces such as a POD store and a Port City Java.

Upcoming Spring 2021

The Film Studies Building, scheduled for completion in late Fall 2020, is a new metal facility with production and sound spaces, similar to typical film studio. This aesthetic will fit into the environment in this area of campus, surrounded by other metal structures. The location is on the northwest corner of Plyer Drive and Riegel Road.

Truist Hall

Truist Hall, located at the intersection of College Road and Hurst Drive across from the main campus, is the new home for community engagement at UNCW. Slated to be occupied for Fall 2020, this renovated facility will house QENO and CPE staff, along with aspects of OLLI, and the Office of Community Engagement. Additionally, the research grant funded National Drug Court Resource Center will be located in this building. Community-facing activities, events, and classes will be featured once the building is fully operational.

Space Planning and Management provides support, analysis and accurate space inventory information, aiding campus officials and administrators in making good business and educational decisions.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.