A new Academic Center will attract quality students to the
many disciplines that will make their academic home there:
Accounting and Business, Education, Economics, English,
History, Peace Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Religion
and Philosophy, Sociology and Social Work, Modern Languages,
and Communication Studies.
State-of-the-art technology can help deliver curriculum in ways
better suited for today’s students, and embolden faculty to integrate
new methods into their already-quality teaching.
Flexible spaces will maximize teaching effectiveness. Informal learning
spaces will encourage after-class collaboration, discussion and problem-solving.
Faculty offices for each department will be grouped together, inspiring more collaboration and interdisciplinary course development.
The new Admissions Welcome Center will create an impressive gateway for prospective students, their parents and other campus visitors.
The University will get significantly greener, and reducing energy consumption saves money that can be redirected to help students.