Ohio Dominican breaks ground on student center

March 1, 2008
School's first student center to open in 2009

Ohio Dominican University in Columbus has broken ground for the Bishop James A. Griffin Student Center. The 82,000-square-foot, $21 million facility will include a fitness center, a coffee house, convenience food and vending areas, a student health center, campus bookstore, meeting and office space, and entertainment space for theater, movies, dances and special events. The architect is Moody-Nolan, and the builder is Messer Construction.

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