University planning to vacate Warren Hall
- October 28, 2010
The university is planning to relocate the employees currently working in Warren Hall during the upcoming winter quarter. Classes will continue to be held in Warren Hall until the end of the winter quarter. A few Information Technology Services staff responsible for the data center and the telephone system will remain in Warren Hall until those functions can be moved, at which point the building will be vacated and ready for the start of planned renovations or demolition.
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