Returning Gonzaga students may notice this fall that there have been a few changes around campus.

Students who wander into the Campion House will no longer find the philosophy department. Ken Sammons, director of Plant Services, said that the philosophy department has been consolidated into one building rather than being spilt between Campion and a separate house. Now, the philosophy department is housed in Robinson House.

The Graduate Enrollment Management Group, which was previously Virtual Campus, has moved from Tilford on the fourth floor, to Campion in a more expanded office.

The office Julie McCulloh, associate provost for enrollment management, has also moved to Campion.

“We combined graduate enrollment teams from around campus into one unified department,” said Jon Billings said, the Director of Graduate Enrollment. “For that, we needed a new space to host our combined tea.”

At the same time, the school of nursing also needed more space for offices and classrooms in Tilford.

“The move helped both parties,” Billings said

Karlie Murphy is a staff writer.

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Cramsie

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