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Innovative classroom building opening to active, team-based learning

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When the 2022 winter semester begins, University of Michigan students enrolled in about 90 undergraduate and graduate classes will experience the term in a new facility, the 105,000-square-foot Central Campus Classroom Building.

The CCCB will open its doors to more than 10,000 students per day and invigorate the Central Campus’ east gateway entrance at its location at Geddes and Washtenaw avenues.

Approved by the Board of Regents in December 2018, together with the Alexander G. Ruthven Building renovation project, the CCCB was built to support the growing campus need for active and team-based learning classrooms, particularly for larger classes. It features 1,400 classroom seats in various room configurations ranging from 100 to 572 seats.

“Our goal is to offer innovative and collaborative experiences in all classes, where students interact with and learn from their instructors as well as each other,” said Amy Dittmar, senior vice provost for academic and budgetary affairs.

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