When students return to campus on August 21 for the start of the fall 2017 semester, they won’t be visiting advisors and career
Through institutional reorganization, Provost Paula Myrick Short made it possible for the College to reclaim the West Wing and occupy space not used since 1989 when the building was shared with UH’s Continuing Education Center. This repurposed space will serve as a “one-stop shop,” where every student
Dean Dennis Reynolds is most excited about the difference the CSS will make in our students’ lives.
“Not only is it a manifestation of the importance we place on student success, but it also provides a physical foundation to nurture and strengthen the sense of community that has always been a differentiating factor
Moving offices and staff is just the beginning. Once funds are secured,
The popular student-run Cougar Grounds coffee shop will also relocate to the CSS and a new main entryway facing the hotel’s courtyard will be added. With four fully equipped classrooms, some classes will be held here as well, and there are study carrels for the incoming cohort of doctoral students.
If all goes as expected, the renovation will be completed sometime in 2019. Exciting times!
(Photo: Pearl Cajoles)