University of North Carolina Greensboro
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Nursing school building set to open at University of North Carolina Greensboro

Dec. 17, 2020
The $105 million, 180,000-square-foot Nursing and Instructional Building is scheduled to open in January.

The University of North Carolina Greensboro is planning to open its newest academic building in January.

The Greensboro News and Record reports that the Nursing and Instructional Building has 39 labs, 14 classrooms and nine research suites for two university divisions — the School of Nursing and School of Health and Human Sciences — as well as the biology department and the chemistry and biochemistry department.

The five-story facility, on the former site of the McIver Building, will be the new home of university's nursing school, which will be relocated from the Moore Building.

At 180,000 square feet, the Nursing and Instructional Building ranks among the largest structures on the Greensboro campus. With a price tag of $105 million, it's the most expensive university facility.

[FROM 2016: North Carolina voters approve $2 billion bond package to boost higher education]

Funding for the project came from the Connect NC bond, which North Carolina voters approved in 2016.

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