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VSU opens new Health Sciences Building

Bill McKinney Bill McKinney
VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

Valdosta State University's new, 150,000 sq ft. Health Sciences Building is now officially open.
 
University officials, along with Georgia's Attorney General and Secretary of State, were on hand for the ribbon cutting Friday morning.

VSU's President says this new building provides students with a great opportunity.
 
 
"140,000 plus square feet, incredible hi-tech instructional spaces, simulation laboratories that look just like the healthcare facilities that our healthcare professionals work in and will work in the future," said Bill McKinnley, President of VSU
 
Six health sciences programs that were previously held in separate buildings will now all be consolidated into this new building.

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