Leveraged investments for technology and campus improvements

Wenger Residence Hall, $3.3 million

Extensive renovation of the largest residence hall on campus included comprehensive interior renovations throughout facility, and replacement of the HVAC system with individual room controls.

Truist Stadium and Electric Supply Company Field, $3.2 million

A new multi-sport synthetic turf field and stadium constructed on campus has supported men’s and women’s lacrosse and soccer, and football.

David S. Hicks Family Sports Operations Center, $2.2 million

The David S. Hicks Family Sports Operations Center added football and lacrosse coaching offices, a conference room, football and men’s and women’s lacrosse locker rooms, an additional athletic training room, an indoor turf facility, and two outdoor practice fields adjacent to the building.

Wilson Gymnasium, $2.8 million

Extensive renovation of Wilson Gymnasium, which supports men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s volleyball, and athletic administration and classrooms, included a new roof, a new HVAC system, a new floor and new seating. With a potential for more than 1,000 occupants, the gymnasium is one of the largest event spaces in the City.

Culinary Services, $1.2 million

The new Culinary Center has improved the campus dining experience.

Networks/Information Technology, $859,000

Network infrastructure was significantly upgraded on campus to include new emergency call boxes and a new camera security system.

Sports Performance Center, $804,000

Renovation of this existing building created a center for athletic strength and conditioning, to support up to 74 student-athletes at a time.

Moye Science Hall Anatomy Lab, $210,000

Complete renovation of the classroom and the purchase of audio visual and
technology equipment has enhanced the academic experience.

Georgia Brewer Campion Center for Academic Success, $210,000

A major renovation for the Sam and Marjorie Ragan Writing Center created
the Georgia Brewer Campion Center for Academic Success, supporting
writing, oral communication, and quantitative literacy.

Nursing Simulation Lab, $268,000

Expanded clinical laboratory space and the addition of simulation equipment created an advanced hands-on learning experience.

One-Card System, $260,000

Upgraded ID systems, utilizing one-card technology, has better served students and campus employees.

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