Warner Robins Campus Gets New STEM Building

Author: Telegraph
Posted: Wednesday, May 13, 2015 12:37 PM
Category: In the News

Macon, GA

WARNER ROBINS -- Middle Georgia State College is expanding its Warner Robins campus.

The state budget signed into law by Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday includes $5 million for a science, technology, engineering and math building.

The 16,100-square-foot building will include a high-tech classroom and labs for cyber security and nursing, as well flexible lab space for various sciences, according to a statement from the college.

It will be the fourth building on the Warner Robins campus, which opened in 2003, and it will be the first new building for the campus since 2007.

Middle Georgia State is set to become a university as of July 1.

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