Christian university and college announce campus projects
One way that students can tell a Christian university or college cares about their future is to pay attention to the types of investments these schools make in an effort to improve students’ academic experience. Recently, two Christian institutions provided information on new campus projects.
For instance, Virginia’s Liberty University recently announced that it will break ground on the new Jerry Falwell Library on March 5. The $50 million project, which will be the school’s largest to date, will establish a 170,000-square-foot, four-story library in the heart of Liberty’s campus, according to university’s website.
At the new library, students will find a computer lab, quiet study areas, reading rooms and other sections designed to help students at the Christian university learn better.
Meanwhile, Minnesota’s Crown College recently announced that two of its residence halls will receive complete renovations this summer, according to the school’s website. In addition, the institution’s athletic stadium is set to receive a makeover in 2013.
“With alumni serving God in nearly every time zone around the globe, we’re committed to making sure our students are given the tools they need, spiritually, academically and physically for being equipped at such an important time to serve and influence our world,” said Rick Mann, the college’s president.