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Campus expansion & master plan

Villa Academic Complex
Villa Academic Complex
(acquired August 2006)
The university this summer acquired six buildings on eight acres of adjacent land when Providence Newberg Hospital moved to a new location. The 58,900-square-foot former hospital building will house the psychology and education graduate programs.
Le Shana Residence Hall
Le Shana Residence Hall
(completed August 2006)
The 120-bed apartment-style Le Shana Residence Hall opened this fall near the T. Eugene Coffin Residence Hall (formerly University Hall). The new hall provides much-needed housing for juniors and seniors and increases on-campus housing capacity to nearly 1,200 beds.
Stevens Center
Edward F. Stevens Center
(completed 2001)
The Edward F. Stevens Center houses offices and services for student life, housing/residence life, career services, campus ministries, multicultural student services, graduate and undergraduate admission, the registrar, student financial services, and marketing and communications. It also contains classrooms and the institutional technology center on the third floor.
Wood-Mar Hall
Wood-Mar Hall
(renovated January 2003)
The first and second floors of the historic “old main” were gutted and remodeled to provide labs and offices for the undergraduate engineering program. The renovation also provided office space for the president and provost.
Hoover Academic Building
Hoover Academic Building
(completed August 2006)
The 15,400-square-foot Hoover Academic Building renovation added nursing facilities, classrooms, offices, an art gallery, and a Hoover-Hatfield Library with artifacts from the U.S. president.

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