New convocation center is being built at California University of Pennsylvania

Aug. 24, 2009
142,000-square foot facility would open in 2011

From popcitymedia.com: California University of Pennsylvania is building a $54 million convocation center. The 142,000-square-foot building on the university's main campus in California, Pa., will have a 6,000-seat arena, 10 classrooms and conference-hosting facilities. The center also will host accommodate volleyball and basketball games, as well as commencement ceremonies and other campus assembles. It is expected to open in 2011. The architect is L. Robert Kimball & Associates. ALSO: Watch a video of the ceremonial groundbreaking.

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