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Norfolk State University, the historically Black educational institution in Virginia, recently opened its new nursing and general education classroom building. The structure, the first new classroom building at Norfolk State since 1975, helps to establish the new academic quadrangle which is anchored by the university’s library and student center.
The new 140,000-square-foot building has more than 30 classrooms, five computer laboratories, 10 nursing and medical laboratories, three conference rooms, 20 group study rooms, and offices for 68 faculty members and their staffs.
Norfolk State was the Tom Joyner Foundation 2014 September School of the Month[contextly_auto_sidebar id=”eU4rRAZ96OSn13XAvyfmBnjRR3VikknO”]