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While the university continues to inspect and address issues at the Chancellor’s Residence on the Missouri University of Science and Technology campus, Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader and her family are moving a second time this semester. In August, the chancellor and her family moved into Missouri S&T’s Residential College. This week, the Schraders will move off-campus to a residence that is better suited for both a family and an extended stay, located in the Quarry Subdivision east of Rolla.
The Chancellor’s Residence was constructed in 1889 and initially served as a residence for students. It is the second-oldest building on campus. The Rolla Building, which houses the mathematics and statistics department, is the oldest.
The chancellor will continue to use meeting space at the Havener Center, Hasselmann Alumni House and other campus sites as venues for hosting visitors.