MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will fill most of their needs in one trip when the new Student Services Tower opens.
Students and staff will begin moving into the $59 million tower on Dec. 8.
The tower will house University Health Services, a new Student Activity Center for student organizations, the Associated Students of Madison and the offices of the Registrar, Bursar and the Office of Student Financial Aid among other tenants.
Carol Gosenheimer is a coordinator of the project. She says students will be able to pick up a transcript, join an organization, get a flu shot and look for a job all in one trip to the tower, which is part of the East Campus Mall.
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