LU Insider

A guide to recent and upcoming office moves

As we move into Fall Term, we want to remind everyone that a number of offices on campus have moved.

As mentioned in an earlier letter to the community, the goal of these relocations was to ensure that all student-facing campus services are centralized in one area of campus and easily accessible for all students.

Below is a quick guide to the office moves. A campus map can be found here.

The offices formerly known as Brokaw Central: Previously located on the first floor of Brokaw Hall, this grouping of offices—the Registrar, Financial Aid, Student Accounts, and Student Account Cashiering—has joined Admissions and Career Center in Chapman Hall. Brokaw Central will be renamed. Watch for details coming soon.

Office of the President: To free up space for the Office of the Provost and academic affairs in Sampson House, the president and her staff will be relocating to Wilson House in mid-October. University counsel will move to Wilson House as well.

Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion: The DEI office, now in Sampson House, will move along with the Office of the President to Wilson House in mid-October.

Center for Community Engagement and Social Change: This office has moved into its new home in Warch Campus Center.

Residential Education: This office has joined Student Life in Raymond House.

Development and Alumni & Constituency Engagement (ACE): These offices are now sharing spaces on the first two floors of Brokaw Hall along with the Office of Communications. (Note that colleagues in Corporate, Foundation, and Sponsored Research within Development remain in Wilson House.)

Office of the Provost: This office will remain in Sampson House and will be included in spaces for academic affairs.