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University in Ohio adds student housing facility

Sept. 15, 2022
Wood Hall at Cedarville University in Cedarville provides living space for 108 to 120 female students.

Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio, has opened Wood Hall, a $7.5 million residence hall for 108 to 120 women.

The university says the residence hall is named for longtime Cedarville administrator and graduate professor Duane Wood, who died in 2019.

“This new residence hall will help contribute to the life-transforming campus experience that is a part of the 1,000 days of every student at Cedarville,” says University President Thomas White.

Wood served as academic vice president from 1987 to 2005 and a $125 million fundraising initiative. About $92.5 million will be used to construct university facilities, and $15 million is for student scholarships and affordability.

The remaining $17.5 million will be split between enhancing the student experience ($10 million) and providing a long-term plan for institutional sustainability.

Cedarville recently completed an expansion to the Callan Athletic Center that adds a varsity weight room, team meeting space, and offices for the athletic department.

The next scheduled project, the Scharnberg Business Center, is expected to break ground in fall 2022.

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