On April 14th, CSU broke ground on the Scott Building. Learn more about this exciting new facility, how it will be used, and why it is a priority for Colorado State University:
The Suzanne and Walter Scott, Jr. Bioengineering Building
The Scott Building, a 122,000 square foot interdisciplinary research and academic facility for Colorado State University's College of Engineering that will bring faculty and students together in teams focused on energy, health, and the environment.
It will house interdisciplinary research laboratories, teaching laboratories, classrooms, faculty offices, and the Student Success Center. The building is needed to accommodate the College's growing student enrollment and expanding research activities.
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