Access to the Arts and Sciences Hall will be closed to all faculty, staff, students and guests beginning Friday, May 10, and running through early August as renovations continue on the UNO campus' longest-standing building.
There will be no courses held in Arts and Sciences Hall during this restricted access period.
Locations for temporary offices normally housed in Arts and Sciences Hall are as follows:
- Air Force ROTC - Kayser Hall (Fifth Floor)
- Arts & Sciences Advising Office - Kayser Hall (Second Floor)
- Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office - CPACS (First Floor)
- Arts & Sciences Department and Program Offices
- Black Studies - CPACS (First Floor)
- English - CPACS (First Floor)
- Foreign Languages and Literature - CPACS (First Floor)
- Human Rights - Durham Science Center (First Floor)
- Latino and Latin American Studies - Durham Science Center (Third Floor)
- Native American Studies - Durham Science Center (First Floor)
- Philosophy & Religious Studies - CPACS (First Floor)
- Political Science - CPACS (First Floor)
- Psychology - CPACS (First Floor)
- Schwalb Center - Durham Science Center (First Floor)
- Sociology/Anthropology - CPACS (First Floor)
- Communication, School of - UNO Television Studio (CPACS)
- Faculty Senate - CPACS (First Floor)
- International Programs - Allwine Hall (Third Floor)
- Western History Association - Weber Fine Arts Building (Second Floor)
A transition period for access back into Arts and Sciences Hall is scheduled to start on Monday, July 8, through Friday, July 12, during which Air Force ROTC; the Arts and Sciences Advising Office; Arts and Sciences Dean’s Office; and International programs will begin moving back into their permanent locations in Arts and Sciences Hall.
During this time, access will only be available through the north doors at the center of the building, except for Air Force ROTC, which can be accessed through the south doors at the center of the building. All other units will begin moving back to Arts and Sciences Hall on Monday, Aug. 5, and conclude Friday, Aug. 9.
Hard hats will be required in Arts and Sciences hallways from Monday, May 13, through Monday, Aug 5. Faculty and staff should not be in the building unless escorted. Access may be obtained on a limited basis at 4 p.m. Monday-Friday with 24-hour notice by contacting Randy Adkins, Associate Dean, at email@example.com.
For more information, visit the Arts and Sciences website.
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