Inland Valley Daily Bulletin — A new $55 million building at Cal State San Bernardino is expected not only to consolidate the offices of the campus’ College of Extended Learning, but to also bring international students into the student body mainstream and provide more classroom space.
Design plans for the Center for Global Innovation were approved by the California State University Board of Trustees at its March meeting. The building is expected to open in Fall 2019. The three-story, 71,000-square-foot building will sit directly behind the campus’ centerpiece, Pfau Library.
The article was published April 20, 2017, and also appeared in The Sun, The Press-Enterprise and Redlands Daily Facts.
Read the complete article at “Cal State San Bernardino to get $55 million building.”
See also the related news release,” CSU trustees approve design for CSUSB’s Center for Global Innovation.”