MSU BILLINGS FOUNDATION NEWS—MSU Billings commenced construction today on the Yellowstone Science and Allied Health Building.
MSU Billings Chancellor Dan Edelman says campus has been looking forward to reaching this milestone.
“This building will provide MSU Billings students new equipment, study spaces, and hands-on research experience that prepares them with the skills they’ll need to succeed in the modern-day workforce,” Chancellor Edelman said. “I want to thank everyone, especially the community, who helped us achieve this goal so we can continue to help our students achieve theirs.”
Construction on the 30,000-square-foot expansion and renovation is anticipated to be complete by June 2021. The Yellowstone Science and Allied Health Building was erected in 1947 and last expanded in the 1970s. The new facility will provide a hands-on laboratory environment, enhance research capacity, and prepare MSU Billings students for growing high-demand occupations, and attract research-oriented faculty to the institution.