Tuesday, July 12, 2016

New Spaces this Fall on the Gallatin Campus

The new Steihnhauer-Rogan-Black Humanities Building opens this fall semester. It has art studios, music rooms, a second (and much larger) recording studio, an art gallery and state-of-the-art classrooms. Many of you will take classes there over the next couple of years. But there are plenty of benefits when it comes to studying and relaxing outside. Check out the new plaza space. It has a patio and an outdoor amphitheater for performance or just hanging out.

The area between the Thigpen Library and the Wallace Buildings is also being transformed. The road is gone, replaced with green space and brick mini-plazas. It too will be ready for fall semester.

We salute the construction crews working so hard to get this done in time and we thank our Plant Operations and IT people for getting the building ready. This is still much to be done.

We look forward to having sophomores back on campus this fall and we welcome new freshmen!

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