UNCG Campus Weekly

Campus Weekly is published each Wednesday when classes are in session. In the summer, it is published biweekly.

Many UNCG departments on the move at McIver

photo of McIver bulidingIn preparation for the demolition of the McIver Building and construction of the new Nursing and Instructional Building, several departments have already moved, many departments are beginning to move and others look toward their moves that will take place over the next six months.

New Mind Education and International Programs’ storage are now in Brown, the SES grant program has moved to the School of Education Building and Fixed Assets has moved to the 2900 Oakland Warehouse.

ITS Computer Lab Support is now in the McNutt Building.

This month, the University Teaching and Learning Commons’ Residential College Offices moves to Guilford Residence Hall and the Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Office will make a temporary move to Shaw Residence Hall.

The UNCG Middle College moves to 1510 Walker Avenue, the old student recreation center.

The Annual Giving Call Center moves to the basement of North Spencer and the College Foundation of North Carolina moves to the basement of the Faculty Center.

In August, Peace and Conflict Studies will move to 1510 Walker Avenue.

In September, Advancement and Development and Assessment and Accreditation will move from 1100 Market St. to the old chapel building at 812 Aycock St.

In October, the Health and Human Sciences Associate Dean’s Office will move to Coleman and Kinesiology Research will move to 1510 Walker.

In December, the Kinesiology Physiology Lab will move to Coleman.

The Archaeology Lab will move to the former Art Loft space on Gate City Boulevard, at the corner of Tate St., and the Art Loft will have already moved to Spartan Village in August.

The School of Art Lighting Studio will move to 842A W Gate City Blvd.

The University Teaching and Learning Commons will move to 1100 West Market St.

The School of Nursing will temporarily relocate many research offices to 1605 Spring Garden St. while the new building is underway.

The ITS Learning Technologies and Classroom Support will move to Campus Supply. The remaining ITS offices, Institutional Research, Purchasing, and Systems and Procedures will move to the Boys and Girls Club gymnasium building, at 840 Neal St, which will have been renovated with a new floor added.

The UNCG Theatre scene shop and paint shop will move to a warehouse at 812 Lilly Ave., near Mendenhall and Spring Garden. That large space will increase capacity for UNCG’s set design activity.

HHS Advising and HDF graduate students will be relocated to the Stone Building.

In January, the final office moves from McIver will occur. Enrollment Management will go to Forney.

UNCG Theatre’s costume shop and storage and a design studio will move to 326 Tate St. Next door, 328, will hold an acting studio and lighting studio.

The UNCG Online studio will move into a new studio at 2900 Oakland.