For anyone that ever had to visit Larry Stephan, the Dean of Students, the only way to really describe his office was cramped. The crowded office was by no means fitting for the Dean of Students and is now a thing of the past.
On March 27, Larry Stephan was proud to announce the unveiling of the new suite for the Dean of Students located in the old McNair suite in building 17, room 102. Located literally in the heart of the campus, the new office is incredibly easy to find. Upon first entering the new suite, one is greeted by a comfortable lobby and reception room with a nice, clean, inviting feel. The suite has a deceptively large feel that can now accommodate multiple families at the same time.
With its own conference room adorned with the college banners, previously kept in storage, the office has truly been transformed. “I am excited about the new space, it feels much more professional,” said Larry Stephan.
Serving cookies, punch, and coffee, the open house drew a large crowd as students and faculty alike as they came to see the new office. A raffle was held for all those that stopped by in which 27 winners made off with T-shirts and baseball caps.
If you didn’t get a chance to stop by the open house, it is highly recommended that you go see the new space for yourself. While you may not get cookies or punch, the new suite is still a must see for all Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Eagles.