Missouri University of Science and Technology is addressing plumbing issues at the Chancellor’s Residence. As a result, Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader and her family have temporarily moved into Missouri S&T’s Residential College.
The chancellor announced the move on Twitter over the weekend as she and her family joined hundreds of students during move-in weekend. Opening Week for first-year and transfer students begins on Monday, Aug. 17.
— S&T Chancellor (@SandTChancellor) August 16, 2015
The Chancellor’s Residence was constructed in 1889 and is the second-oldest building on campus. (The Rolla Building, which houses the mathematics and statistics department, is the oldest.) The building initially served as a residence for students but since 1905, it has been home to the university’s chief executive.