September 19, 2012

SCSU's biz school unveils new digs Friday

Photo/Isabel Chenoweth
Photo/Isabel Chenoweth

Southern Connecticut State University's School of Business will formally take up residence Friday in its $6.6 million renovated space on its New Haven campus.

The business school vacated shared space with other departments in aging Seabury Hall for its own 23,000-square-foot quarters in a renovated section of the old student center.

A ceremonial opening is scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday.

Built in 1956 as a dormitory, Seabury is now vacant and slated soon for demolition, officials said.

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