Southern University-New Orleans get $82M grant for buildings
NEW ORLEANS - The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded Southern University at New Orleans $82 million in disaster recovery grants.
Multiple news outlets reports the money will allow SUNO to construct four new buildings - two on its Lake Campus and two on its Park Campus.
The two new Lake Campus buildings will be the Millie M. Charles School of Social Work Building and the Education Building. Groundbreaking will start with the School of Social Work within the next few months.
The new buildings on the Park Campus will be the Natural Sciences Building and the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Building. They will replace the Clark Building, which already has been demolished, and the Multi-Purpose Building, to be demolished later.
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