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Time for Change

The firm of Mackel Mitchell and the architects of LLB will share their plans for the proposed new student union on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 in Atrium 1. We encourage everyone to stop in anytime between the hours of 3:30pm-5:30pm to view the plans and share your thoughts.

Please check this site regularly for updates to this exciting initiative.

(posted 10/31/2013)

Exciting times are ahead for YOUR Memorial Union and we need your help!

On Wednesday,  April  24, 2013, we’ll begin the first step in developing plans to expand and renew the Memorial  Union.  For three days, architects from the firm of Mackey Mitchell will be facilitating focus groups with students, faculty and staff to determine how the facility can best meet the needs of our community.

We are asking and encouraging your participation in this initiative.
We want to know what you like, don't like, need, and want in the Memorial Union.
Please attend one of the many open sessions planned for students, faculty and staff.

For those who cannot attend our open sessions in the Senate Chambers, please join the discussion through our social media channels.

Join our Facebook discussions.

Follow us on Twitter

@URI_MU - hashtag your suggestions to #MUtimeforchange

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Schedule For Open Focus Group Sessions

Feel free to attend the entire session or stop in for 10 minutes.
During morning sessions coffee and pastry will be served.
Afternoon and evening sessions, pizza will be served.

Time Wednesday 4/24 Thursday 4/25 Friday 4/26
8:30 - 9   Staff, Faculty and Alumni  
9 - 9:30   Staff, Faculty and Alumni  
9:30 - 10   Staff, Faculty and Alumni  
11:30 - 12   Students Staff, Faculty and Alumni
12-12:30 Students Students Staff, Faculty and Alumni
12:30 - 1:00 Students   Staff, Faculty and Alumni
1 - 1:30 Students    
5:30 -6 Students Students
6 -6:30 Students Students




Time For Change


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