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AU to Break Ground on Long Awaited Student Center
March 22, 2015

Anderson University officials will join with community leaders, students, faculty, donors and friends on April 8th at 3:30 pm to officially break ground on the largest single building project in University history – the new G. Ross Anderson Jr. Student Center.

The 86,000-square-foot facility will feature a banquet hall, a new cafeteria, a fitness center, a 400-seat theater and other amenities like retail food kiosks for Chick-fil-A and Einstein’s Bagels.

The groundbreaking will be held at the site, just behind the outfield fence of AU’s current softball stadium and the corner of Calhoun and Kingsley on campus.

A new softball stadium and a new tennis center are nearing completion on the Anderson University Athletic Campus.

Once it begins, construction on the new student center, construction is expected to take approximately 15 months.