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Some University offices will relocate

A handful of Princeton University offices will be relocated as part of the pre-construction work for the Lewis Center for the Arts' new facility along University Place and Alexander Street.

The following offices will move into 87 Prospect Ave. (also known as the Computing Center) during the week of Jan. 21:

  • Davis International Center (from 120 Alexander St.)
  • Council for International Teaching and Research (from 120 Alexander St.)
  • Office of Technology Licensing (from New South)
  • Office of Research Project Administration (from New South)
  • Research Integrity and Assurance (from New South and 91 Prospect Ave.)
  • The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning's English Language Program will move back to 87 Prospect Ave., vacating its temporary office in Dillon Court.

The Office of General Counsel (OGC) moved on Jan. 4 to temporary offices at 693 Alexander Road, from its previous location at 120 Alexander St. OGC is expected to move at the end of this year to permanent space on the fourth floor of New South.

The Office of Sustainability will move on Feb. 11 to the MacMillan Annex from its previous office at 106 Alexander St.

Building Services administration has already moved to new offices at 228 Alexander St., while Building Services sanitation and logistics crews are now based at 755 Alexander Road.

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