LIMA — As OSU-Lima attracted more and more students, the campus needed something desperately: A place just for them.
After years of talks, the campus is finally getting its student life center, OSU-Lima Dean and Director John Snyder said Friday.
The regional campus has been approved for the design phase of a $4 million center, which will is expected to include a 10,000-square-foot recreation and wellness area and 5,000-square-foot student center and food court, Snyder said Friday.
The center will be open by 2014. Plans currently call for the building to be located at the intersection of Biddle and Campus drivers, near a large parking lot and the campus baseball field.
Read more about this story in Saturday's The Lima News.