OSU Breaks Ground on $14 Million Classroom Building

Oklahoma State University has broken ground on a $14 million classroom building that will provide more space for classes and presentations on the Stillwater campus.
The building will contain three stories with two 116-seat auditoriums, 14 classrooms with seating for 36 to 48, student success center and a coffee shop.
OSU received $4 million from the Capitol Bond Program to construct the building. The remaining funds originated in the Master Lease Program of State Regents for Higher Education.
One floor of the new building will be occupied by Northern Oklahoma College, a program designed for students that fail to qualify academically for OSU.
The North Classroom Building is one of the $165 million in academic projects currently under way at OSU. The facility is expected to be completed by the fall of 2008 and open for 2009 spring classes. The project is part of the $826 million campus master plan that will transform OSU over the next five to seven years.

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