New Location for College of Graduate Studies

June 5th, 2006 by Adam

The College of Graduate Studies will be moving to 23 Avery Street (the former Health Services building) during the week of June 12, 2006.

On Monday and Tuesday, June 12 and 13, we will have limited staff coverage at both our current location (16 Merrill Street) and our new location. You may reach the College of Graduate Studies at our main number, (603) 535-2636, but individual staff members will not be available by phone or e-mail during these days.

We plan to resume complete phone, e-mail and office coverage by June 14. Our new Avery Street office will open at 8:30 a.m.

We appreciate your cooperation and flexibility during this time of transition.

We’d also like to invite you to “save the date” for a tour of our new office during the Homecoming & Family Celebration, held Saturday, September 30 from 10:45 a.m to noon. Please join us that day to visit our new location, meet and greet Graduate Studies staff and faculty and enter a drawing for several door prizes. Refreshments will be served.

Thank you for your support,

The Staff and Faculty at the College of Graduate Studies

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