It was perhaps the busiest move-in day ever at the University of Nevada, Reno, with residence hall assignments up 8 percent over fall 2011 and more than 2,450 students assigned to residence halls this fall, compared to 2,267 assignments in fall 2011. The Nevada Living Learning Community welcomed its first student residents and is the first residence hall on the University campus to have dedicated classrooms and faculty offices in the building. It also provides a centralized setting for the University’s nine living-learning communities.
Students and staff of Residential Life, Housing and Food Services and the Residence Hall Association celebrate the opening of The Nevada Living Learning Community Hall today with a plaque dedication.
WHAT: Nevada Living Learning Community Opening Celebration, building plaque dedication and building tours. Refreshments will be available.
WHO: University of Nevada, Reno President Marc Johnson; Vice President for Student Services Shannon Ellis; Director of Residential Life, Housing and Food Services Rod Aeschlimann; and staff and students with Residential Life, Housing and Food Services and the Residence Hall Association. Student residents will be wearing specially designed T-shirts for the occasion.
WHEN: 4-6 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 28. Building Plaque Dedication at 4:30 p.m.
WHERE: Nevada Living Learning Community Hall Courtyard
PARKING: Media parking is available on the second and third floors of the Sierra Street Parking Complex located on the west side of the building, off Sierra Street and south of College Drive. Exit the parking garage to the east to access The Nevada Living Learning Community.
MORE: Click here for a fact sheet on The Nevada Living Learning Community.
For information, contact Teri Galvin at [email protected] or 775-682-7890.
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