Collaborative Life Sciences Building scheduled to open on time, move-in schedule is on target

The Collaborative Life Sciences Building (CLSB) is opening on time and on budget on June 26. It’s currently being evaluated for LEED Platinum certification as well. Building operations teams are already working to make sure that programs will be able to move in as smoothly as possible—though any move will, of course, have some glitches.

The Physician Assistant program is preparing to move in, along with simulation programs, to be ready for their summer term. The School of Dentistry will move in through mid-July, along with some OSU/OHSU College of Pharmacy programs. The School of Medicine will begin moving some faculty and services in early July as well. The Radiation Therapy program is scheduled to move in during the third week in July, followed by researchers in the OCSSB labs. PSU programs are scheduled to move in by the end of August. The goal is to get everyone in place by the beginning of OHSU’s academic year on September 29—though there will be programs and activities beginning summer term, including IPE events.

We will be providing regular updates on the CLSB and what it means for you over the next weeks, so stay tuned!

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  1. Will we be able to tour the CLSB?

  2. Right now, they are not giving any tours because they are finalizing the building, but there will be an open house in the afternoon on June 26. We’ll be providing more information on that soon!

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