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New NSU Building

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Norfolk State University Interim President Dr. Melvin Stith was joined by university, city and state officials for the groundbreaking ceremony on July 20 for a new residence hall complex.  The new 193,424-square-foot residential facility is being constructed by S.B. Ballard Construction and will include 740 beds for first-year students. It also will house offices, conference room, fitness room, movement/yoga studio, multipurpose room, group study space, community kitchen, theater and an open gaming space.
Construction is expected to be complete by December 2019. Photo by Ernest Lowery.

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