The Sun — Freshmen beginning their Cal State San Bernardino education two years from now will have a chance to enjoy a very different college experience.
The university broke ground on the largest construction project in its 51-year history Thursday, officially beginning construction of a $95.8 million, 164,000-square-foot, 416-bed student housing complex and dining hall. The complex is the first phase of a planned residential community that will eventually serve about 1,600 students.
The article was published Sept. 29, 2016, and also appeared in the Inland Daily Bulletin and Redlands Daily Facts.
Read the complete article at “Cal State San Bernardino breaks ground on biggest project in its history.”
The Press-Enterprise on Oct. 1, 2016, published the article at “New housing complex is Cal State San Bernardino’s biggest project — ever.”
See also the related news release, “CSUSB officially breaks ground for new student housing and dining commons.”