Campus improvements underway at Wesleyan
BUCKHANNON, W.Va. — Construction of a new welcome center and several renovation projects are underway at West Virginia Wesleyan College.
The projects are scheduled to be completed in August. The total cost is $7.5 million.
The Exponent Telegram reported that the projects include construction of the O’Roark Nordstorm Welcome Center and renovation of a residence hall and Ross Field. The college also is replacing the roofs on several buildings.
Ross Field is being converted to a multipurpose athletic complex. It will accommodate cross country, football, intramural sports, lacrosse, the marching band, soccer and track and field.