Neighbors Gather to Hear About the University's 25-Year Campus Master Plan
April 26, 2010
On a recent evening, friends and
neighbors from the Town of Saint Leo and the Lake Jovita Community
attended a campus update meeting at the university’s main campus in
Pasco County, Florida.
Vice President of Business Affairs Frank Mezzanini welcomed the university’s guests and provided them with a brief history of the university and its main campus. He reviewed how the construction of six new buildings over the last seven years has enhanced the campus and then he detailed the school’s plans for campus improvements during the next 25 years.
Also included in his presentation were the university’s plans for relocating the current softball field and adding an inter-mural practice field, additional parking, a 160-bed residence hall, a 320,000-gallon reclaimed water irrigation system, and a much needed new School of Business building.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the new 50,000 square foot School of Business building will take place on April 29. The university plans to have the building ready to welcome students back for the fall 2011 semester.