The former fraternity building at 70 Butterfield Terrace, most recently the Research Administration Center, has been renamed International Programs.
The name change, effective May 18, reflects the building’s new use by the International Programs Office, which is moving there from Hills this summer.
The state bought the building from Gamma Delta Chapter–Kappa Sigma fraternity, and renovations began in 1987.
The building was in use in 1988 as the Admissions Center. By 2001, it was called Career Network Center, and by the end of 2005 it was called Research Administration Center.