BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER)-- It has been a year since Husson University began construction on its newest academic building and dormitory, and now it is ready to open, just in time for students returning to campus.
On Wednesday, Husson unveiled the new living and learning center as well as the newly renovated Dickerman Dining Center. The project's cost Husson about $18 million. Husson President Bob Clark said the new facility creates a new and open living and learning environment for students.
Some students have already had a chance to check out the new buildings and so far they like what they have seen.
"This helps to add to our backbone, helps to add to what we stand on as far as enriching student lives and preparing for globally prepared students," grad student George Pusey said.
President Clark said it was important to get this project completed now because students will start moving in this week.