COLUMBIA - Columbia College is digging deep to solve a problem of limited space on campus. President Scott Dalrymple said the groundbreaking for a new hall was to celebrate finding a solution to two problems the college is facing. "Columbia College is landlocked and we don't have a lot of space to expand," he said. "We needed a residence hall and we needed a new business school so the obvious solution was to just build one on top of the other. " The 60,000-squaure foot building will house the college's business school on the first floor. A residence hall will fill the next three floors.The dean of Student Affairs, Dave Roberts, said there has been an increase in both student enrollment and the number of students wanting to live on campus. The...
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Groundbreaking at Columbia College to meet students' needs