The construction of Jamrich Hall broke ground in April 2013 and opened for the fall 2014 semester. It replaces the previous Jamrich Hall built in 1970. This latest addition to the NMU campus features 24 high-tech classrooms, faculty offices for five faculty departments, active learning technology imbedded through the building, a 500 seat teaching auditorium complete with wide-screen HD cinema projection, 7 informal learning lounges and a Starbucks coffee shop. The building also is host to NMU’s computer science, robotics, archeology and social work video observation labs. This video compresses 16 months of construction as well as the demolition of the former Jamrich Hall.
NMU students talk about their academic majors in this series of videos. For a variety of majors, students discuss their experiences, opportunities provided to them and the job outlook. For details about these and other NMU majors, visit nmu.edu/acac.