DAYTON (WDTN) – Sinclair Community College has broken ground on additions to its health sciences center.
The $31 million project aims to benefit the thousands of students pursuing health science degrees.
Sinclair officials say the new building will put all health sciences students in one building, increasing collaboration and enhancing their education.
“We had an eye on not only creating a state of the art teaching facility but also making it the most efficient and effective and because of that, we’re reusing a building and enhancing and expanding it,” Chair of Sinclair Board of Trustees Rob Connelly said.
The building will open in fall 2017.
It’s being financed through state and savings funds, community partners and funds from a levy passed in November.