23 Aug 2016 Augusta University Ribbon-Cutting for 2 New Residence Halls
Posted at 11:26h in News, Uncategorized
Augusta University is holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday for residence halls on the Health Sciences campus.
President Brooks Keel will officially dedicate Oak and Elm Halls from 1 to 2 p.m. in the lobby of Oak Hall, according to a news release.
Oak Hall, the undergraduate residence, is composed primarily of two-bedroom suites with a student in each room and two-bedroom suites with two students per room. Each suite is fully furnished and has its own bathroom. Elm Hall, the primarily graduate residence, has fully furnished studios, one-bedroom, one-bath and two bedroom, two-bath apartments, each with their own kitchen and breakfast bar, according to the release.
Source: The Augusta Chronicle
Author: Doug Stutsman, staff writer