Faculty and staff at Seminole State College of Florida’s Sanford/Lake Mary Campus are closing the year with new offices, many moving to the former library space in building L, which has been retrofitted for offices.
Faculty and business services staff on the campus began moving to the second floor of building L on Dec. 5 in preparation for the renovation of building F, which officially began Dec. 22, and the expansion of Student Affairs into the Weldon Building.
About 30 faculty members with offices on the second floor of building F, one of the oldest buildings on campus, have moved to building L.
In addition, the mail room and receiving services, which have been located on the lower level of building F for more than 40 years, are being temporarily relocated to building D, Room 120.
The renovations, which officially begin Dec. 22, also will affect the second-floor covered walkway connecting buildings L and V. The construction is being done by Wharton-Smith of Sanford. HuntonBrady is the architect.
The relocated offices will return to building F after renovations are completed in fall 2012. The building will take on a more modern feel, utilizing natural light and larger windows.
HR/Business Services Relocation
The Human Resources, Payroll and Business Services departments also have relocated to the second floor of building L from the Weldon Building (building A), and the Purchasing and Auxiliary Services departments have moved to offices in building L from lower building S.
According to Joe Sarnovsky, executive vice president of Administrative Services, these offices will remain in building L until construction of a student center on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus is complete. In June, the District Board of Trustees selected a lakeside site near the Partnership Center for the new, one-stop student center, which will house student services and activities.
There is no timeline on the center, which the BOT identified as its no. 2 priority for the College for 2011-12.
The Sanford/Lake Mary Campus, the College's first and largest, offers a complete curriculum that is sure to meet even the most unique needs. For more information, please visit the campus homepage.
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