The University will replace the Towsley Center for Children with a new facility that will broaden U-M's capacity for child-care. The Board of Regents approved the building design on October 25. The new structure will combine the U-M Children's Center for Working Families and Pound House — both built before 1915 — into a single center. The building replacement project is a result of the Child Care Initiative, begun in 2005 by President Mary Sue Coleman to provide more full-time child-care on campus, develop new infant and toddler care programs and improve University facilities for early childhood education and care.

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