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Blue signs dotting Texas Wesleyan say one thing: A comprehensive campus improvement push is underway – and it’s already making a big difference.
“Right now, we have more than 30 projects we’re working on across campus to improve and enhance our facilities,” Brian Franks, director of facilities operations said. “You can’t really walk anywhere on campus without seeing or hearing the progress.”
New sidewalks. New benches. New furniture. Everywhere you look, campus enhancement projects to improve the visual appeal and safety of the University are in the works. These projects are in addition to the Rosedale street improvements and the new campus entryway to be unveiled next spring.
The projects are a part of the University Strategic Plan, a vision for the University spearheaded by President Frederick G. Slabach and the campus community to transform Texas Wesleyan into a university that promotes an intentionally small atmosphere where students thrive.
Safety and aesthetic improvements
You might have noticed the new sidewalks and benches, but other projects currently taking place include:
Renovations to residence halls
Renovations to both Elizabeth Means Armstrong Hall and Otho C. Armstrong “OC” Hall are also well underway, thanks to a donation from the son for which the dorms were named. James C. Armstrong’s donation of more than $1 million is making the following projects a reality:
More than meets the eye
Led by President Slabach, the projects seen around campus are a part of the larger campus-wide 2020 Strategic Plan to give Texas Wesleyan a strong foundation for excellence.
In addition to campus enhancements, goals of the strategic plan include academic distinction, improving the student experience, advancing financial vitality and marketing and branding initiatives to improve the University’s visibility. Strides towards these goals are visible through:
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