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Breaking Ground for the New CETA Building

SNHU is breaking ground again, this time for the new College of Engineering, Technology and Aeronautics (CETA) building. For now, the construction site can be found next to Washington Hall, far from the current CETA building located on Victory Lane. According to Patty Lynott, the president of university college, “The construction is projected to be complete in the fall of 2019.  We anticipate the
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Leblanc Details SNHU Improvements Coming to Campus

Beginning in May 2018, SNHU will begin construction on a new College of Engineering, Technology and Aeronautics (CETA) building, as well as a new green space in place of the townhouses and Washington parking lot, respectively. These construction projects are only a few of many that the SNHU community can expect in the near future.The new green space, inspired by the likes of Northeastern
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Construction to Continue

Following President Paul LeBlanc’s Oct. 8 tweet announcing $60 million in new construction projects on campus, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Community may see further expansion during their time at the university. The Board of SNHU Trustees approved the building of an Engineering and Technology building as well as a new residence hall. These projects will expand the physical landscape of the campus, and
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New Residence Hall to provide Apartment-Style Living

In addition to the Gustafson Center, new Athletic Complex, and Green Center, a yet-to-be named residence hall rounds out the list of construction hap­pening throughout the South­ern New Hampshire University (SNHU) campus. The four-floor, 300 bed, upper-class style, four person apartments are set to be com­pleted this July, which means residents will be able to move in for the Fall of 2017. Each apart­ment
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The Heart of Campus Just Got a Little Greener

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) has always tak­en pride in its forward movement and innovation. This has been seen in many renovations, “green” up­dates, and programs to benefit the student body. The most recent “green” update has been the construction of a green space in what used to be a parking lot. The summer provided students with updates and promises of a fin­ished space