With the start of fall semester comes continuing renovations to various buildings across the Tennessee Tech University campus.
As a result, staff and faculty offices and classrooms have relocated, all in the effort to provide modernized facilities and needed upgrades for the campus community.
South Hall is closed for extensive classroom and office renovations. All offices and classes regularly in South Hall have moved temporarily to Foundation Hall, on the eastern edge of campus on East 10th Street.
Foundation Hall has been renovated to offer classrooms and offices for use as surge space — rooms in which classes can be held while other buildings undergo renovation.
Southwest Hall, the former Regional Health Building, is undergoing renovation.
In the residence halls, Evins Hall is undergoing renovation on the ground floor to accommodate a Learning Village.
Warf and Ellington Halls will close after fall semester for renovation, while updates to Tech Village East will continue to progress.