The next piece of the multi-phase plan to improve academic spaces on campus centered around the health and sciences began in January 2018. A total of $10 million in improvements to Rankin Hall was unanimously approved by Carroll University’s Board of Trustees. Because of the historical nature of the 111-year-old building and its listing on the National Register of Historic Places, major renovations and upgrades will only be done on the inside. New operational systems like heating and cooling, classrooms and faculty offices will provide students with a first-class learning environment while the addition of open spaces will continue to foster collaboration and teamwork.
Additional information will be shared throughout the project.