Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Staying up to date: A Student's Perspective

Before becoming a work study here at the Facilities Management office, I can honestly say that I was completely unaware of the changes, renovations, and construction that was taking place on campus. 

Not because the information was not there for me to see it but because I did not utilize my resources.
Here’s a little advice for those of you who are feeling like I was. First start with our website. If you’ve never checked it out, you should!

On this page, you can find live feed of the construction on the new parking and dining commons as well as live feed of construction of the new residence hall! I personally think that is pretty neat. You can also click on the construction projects button which tells you about each of the construction plans that are currently going on. Here you can find information about each of the projects such as square footage, cost, etc.

Not only can you learn about the construction but take the time to learn about what Facilities Management does every day to keep campus up and running to best serve us, the students!

Our website also has the links to our social media accounts. Follow our Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and of course keep reading this blog for a happening look at the projects and all that goes on in Facilities Management here at Morehead State University!

So if you ever feel like you’re not up to date or you’re out of the loop about what’s going on, take advantage of your resources! Be informed and check out our social media pages and our website. You won’t regret it!

Twitter: @MSU_Facilities
Instagram: msufacilities
Facebook: Morehead State University Facilities Management

Andria Hansford is a junior studying Marketing and Public Relations at Morehead State University.
She is a student employee for Facilities Management. Hansford will be helping develop communication efforts on campus that highlight progress on projects.

She is Intramural Chair for the social sorority, Chi Omega and will be pursuing a graduate degree in Business Administration when she graduates.

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