Current construction projects on the New Paltz campus include a $36 million renovation of the Wooster Building. The project will convert an outdated science building into a modern multiuse building with academic departments, student support services such as registrar, financial aid, student advising, and student accounts, and a dining hall located at the academic epicenter of the campus. Completion is expected in fall 2015.
The College recently received state go-ahead to continue its $14.3 million renovation of the library (completion expected fall 2015) and to begin construction of a new $48 million science building on the corner of South Manheim Boulevard and Plattekill Avenue (completion expected spring 2017). The College will also begin construction of a new 225-bed residence hall. Completion is expected in fall 2016.
In spring 2014, LeFevre Hall will go off-line for a complete renovation, with an opening date of fall 2014. This project is part of the ongoing total renovation of all Hasbrouck Complex residence halls.
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