You may have noticed some dust on the floors or the smell of fresh paint on lower floors of the Cofrin Library lately. That’s because some remodeling has started.
Facilities started turning the old Phoenix Bookstore into office space for Outreach and Extension and the Adult Degree Program staff. They’ll finally be joined in one area after being separated in Wood Hall and MAC Hall. The project should be done by the end of March.
Also, Room 102 in the library (on the concourse level near the elevators) is being turned into a Tutoring and Learning Center. That room should be ready by the start of the spring semester. It will have space for a group of 15 to study together, plus eight individual study areas for tutoring or test taking. Sherri Arendt, Tutoring Services Coordinator, will run the new center.