Texas State to begin construction projects in 2016
Texas State University will begin major construction projects in 2016 to address increasing enrollment in two fast-growing programs. The Texas Legislature’s passage of a tuition revenue bond bill in the 84th session, which ended June 1, will provide the university with $63 million to go toward construction of a new $93 million engineering building at the San Marcos campus and $48.6 million to go toward construction of a new $67 million health professions building in Round Rock. Between 2010 and 2014 the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded in the engineering program has more than doubled from 41 to 84. Enrollment […]
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock