//It’s Moving Day

It’s Moving Day

Lily Article One Stop
One stop student center services relocate to M-TEC building
Lily Petit
Staff Writer
Student services are packing up their boxes and walking across campus. The one stop student center is in the process of moving from the Acheson Technology Center to the M-TEC building.
The move helps students in a variety of ways according to Vice President of Student Services, Pete Lacey. The M-TEC building is more spacious with an upper and lower level, allowing the majority of student services to be located in one building. SC4’s testing center is already located in the M-TEC building as well as SC4’s university partners. With the addition of advising in the M-TEC building, communication between the university partners and advising will be easier than ever. Discussing and planning transferring from SC4 to certain universities will now be done with ease.
SC4 has been discussing moving student services for the past two years said Lacey. They settled on the M-TEC building after reviewing other colleges and university student service centers according to Lacey.
The M-TEC building’s current occupants will be moving to make space for student services. The radiological technology, health information technology, EMT, paramedic, firefighter and SC4’s workforce development can now be found in the ATC building.
Remaining in the ATC building will be SC4’s library and the Blue Water Middle College offices. However, the BWMCA office is moving to a different room within the ATC building says Lacey. The director of BWMCA, Pete Spencer, confirms that the Blue Water Middle College will be gaining a more spacious room within the building.
All services should be settled in their proper place by this May says Lacey. Advising has already moved the M-TEC building. Check-in for appointments is on the first floor, while the advising offices are on the second floor.
To keep up with all the moving services and programs visit sc4.edu/move.