Construction is ongoing this summer and will be present when students return to the William Woods University campus this fall. While these capital improvements are a little more than a year from completion, the ongoing work is a sign of something finished.
WWU has completed its Imagine Campaign — an initiative that brought in $10.8 million, $600,000 more than the original goal, donated by alumni, employees, donors and friends of the local university in addition to grants.
Sorority Circle is the largest project funded through the Imagine Campaign, according to a press release from the school. When Sorority Circle opens for the fall semester 2015, it will provide 136 beds. In addition to meeting housing demands, the complex will also provide a comfortable, safe and modern living environment for WWU students, the press release stated.