The 200 students living in the building would be part of a special curriculum involving civic engagement, and the building design will reflect that college-community interaction.
Colby officials have said they want to break ground on the project this spring and have the five-story building ready for occupancy in the fall of 2018.
The building opened at the beginning of the semester, able to serve more than 3,000 students and guests.
For the first time since the early 1900s, Northwest’s School of Agricultural Sciences is moving.
The renovated Baltimore Visitor Center in the city’s Inner Harbor area might be a small project, but the project team did a lot with a little.
A sidewalk on the south side of Wyman Park Drive was also reopened, providing access to the campus from Remington Avenue.
The university wants help on designing specifics for the central core of campus and the western portion that the school calls the “western lands.”
Goucher College President José Antonio Bowen welcomed Board of Trustees member, Lisa Pagliaro Selz ’73 and Bernard Selz for the official opening and ribbon cutting of the new Pagliaro Selz Hall.
As the Campus Master Plan nears completion, Northwest Missouri State University officials unveil some proposed projects, promising a brighter future for academics.
Navigating Ohio University’s campus may become easier for visitors in the future as new signs could be installed.
Advancing water quality, restoring watershed habits, and renewing civic infrastructure are critical 21st century issues addressed in this Master Plan.