November 7, 2016
2017 Space Migration Planning Project underway
The 2017 space migration project is underway to reallocate spaces vacated as a result of the 2016 space migration project. The space migration process allows the university to make strategic, transparent space changes that provide long-term benefits to campus. This phase includes space in Anderson, Fairchild, Holton, Leasure and Seaton halls, as well as Hale Library and Unger Complex — the former old Foundation building. Additional information regarding the available space as well as a schedule of building tours and proposal guidelines is available on the space migration website.
The process for submitting and reviewing space migration proposals will follow a similar format as the previous projects. Concept proposals must be approved and submitted by a dean or vice president by Dec. 16. Final space migration outcomes are expected to be announced by April 17, 2017. The general project timeline and working group members can be found on the space migration website. Other information available online includes the procedures, concept and final proposal forms, and evaluation and rating criteria.