New semester, new quarters

Sheldon Hall All the recent renovations and construction on campus are resulting in new homes for several campus offices and departments. Some moved over the winter recess and some earlier in the fall.

Sheldon Hall, the college’s oldest building and the first on the National Register of Historic Places, reopened its west wing for the first time in more than 20 years. Poucher Hall reopened, with a new life as the college’s new humanities center. And Wilber Hall continues to evolve as home to the School of Education, along with neighboring Park and Sheldon halls.

Following is a list of the offices and departments that are in different buildings since August:

Admissions—229 Sheldon, west wing
Children’s Center (day care)—131 Sheldon, west wing
Continuing Education—100 Sheldon, east wing
Curriculum and Instruction—Wilber, second floor and Sheldon, west wing, third floor
Development—219 Sheldon, center
Disability Services—226 Hewitt
Education, Dean of School of—356 Wilber
English—301 Poucher
Graphic Design—32 Lanigan
Health Promotion and Wellness—354 Wilber
International Education and Programs—211 Culkin
Learning Services, Office of (OLS)—106 Poucher
Liberty Partnership—257 Rich
Modern Languages and Literatures—212 Poucher
WRVO—102 Penfield

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Admissions OfficePHOTO CAPTION: Welcome aboard—In the new Admissions Office in Sheldon Hall, counselor Katie Maxwell and Ian Farrell, Student Association president, help Andrew Riccadonna of Mexico, who starts as a freshman at Oswego this semester.

(Posted: Jan 25, 2006)

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