SUNY Orange campus improvements
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MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. -- Fall classes are still more than a month away, but that doesn't mean the SUNY Orange campus in Middletown isn't a busy place. Some might say hard hats have taken over the college campus, as three different construction projects are currently underway.
The projects include the nearly completed Morrison Lab School and daycare facility, a four-story parking garage, and the soon-to-be-demolished Sarah Wells building. In its place will be a brand new state of the art science and engineering center.
"We're just really excited. It's a great opportunity. We're always looking for the ways to enhance our curriculum, and to continue to offer the top flight programming that we've tried to hang our hat on. And give our students the best chance to be successful whether they are leaving here and heading into the workforce or whether they're looking to transfer to a four year school. All this construction, while it will be an inconvenience, will do nothing but help that as we move forward," said Mike Albright, SUNY Orange Communications Officer.
The first project to be finished will be the new campus child care facility. It'll open August 27th, the first day of classes.