University of Dallas breaks ground on final phase of campus project

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Thursday, October 17, 2013

The University of Dallas recently broke ground on the final phase of a $4.2 million Campus Transformation project. The project includes the construction of five new campus entry ways, a UDART Station entry plaza and a pathway connecting the station to the core campus.

“The University of Dallas is thrilled to have begun the final phase of this multi-million dollar campus transformation project. Its completion, along with our record enrollment, recent AACSB Accreditation and new DBA program, is one more sign of the revitalization taking place at the university,” UD president Thomas W. Keefe said in a news release.

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