Administration and Finance Focus

April 2009
May 2011
Employee Spotlight �
Jackie C. Thomas, Jr.

Student Spotlight �
John Nicklos

Events Calendar


Bookstore Town Hall Shares the Latest on Affordable Options


May Hours of Operation

As One Door Closes, Several Others Open at UH Dining Services

Catering on Cullen: Signature Summertime Special

HUB Statistics

UH Cougar-Connect HUB Event: June 2011

Direct Deposit for Employee Reimbursements

Cost Center List

Rewards for Recycled

Green UH
To Commemorate Earth Month, Green Mountain Energy presents UH with $140,000 to fund First Solar Array

Internship Now Offered With the New Green Mountain Energy Partnership

UH Places Amongst the Best in RecycleMania 2011

HRM Green Team and UC Ultimate Recyclers Win UH RecycleMania Team Competition

New Green UH T-shirts Now Available in UH Bookstore

Urban Harvest-Landscaping with Animals in Mind

University Demonstrates Focus on Student Success

Preparing for the Future: Cougar Place Shuts its

Breaking the Barriers: Faculty-in-Residence Program Brings Students and Faculty Together

A Decade of Excellence

Parking and Transportation
Parking Rates for 2012

Printing and Postal
One of the Best Kept Secrets on Campus

Public Safety
Vehicle Report Cards

Emergency Management Checklist

Pie Anyone? Successful Pies for Babies

March for Babies Candy Sales Raffle


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When one door closes, another one opens. The University of Houston will say goodbye to Cougar Place as the residential facility will be deconstructed to pave the way for future enhancements to the campus.

After serving the university for 30 years, the facility has far outlived its expected life span, and officials have decided to deconstruct Cougar Place in order to make room for future housing. The University of Houston is taking steps to become a more residential campus and enhance student success, setting a goal to grow to an 8,000 bed campus by Fall 2013.

All materials, furniture, fixtures and equipment that can be salvaged from the deconstruction will be reused and recycled. The tile mural by Malou Flato that is currently displayed at the entry of Cougar Place will also be deconstructed, restored and then re-installed to an alternative location on campus.

Cougar Place will remain open throughout the summer for residents and conference participants as Moody Towers and the Quadrangle undergo renovations. Deconstruction will begin on Cougar Place at the end of Summer 2011. Current Cougar Place residents will transition in the fall to other campus facilities with similar features such as Calhoun Lofts, Cambridge Oaks and Cullen Oaks.

For more information on housing facilities, please visit the Residential Life and Housing website at