University Breaks Ground on Residence Hall with focus on Spiritual, Academic and Career Growth

Concordia University Texas (CTX) in Austin, Texas announced in early March that it has broken ground on a third residence hall that will nearly double the school’s housing capacity. Committed to spiritual, academic, and career growth, the new residence hall will serve as a vital intersection for the student body that will enhance the higher education experiences for all members of the CTX community.

Further, the university’s new pricing structure for all on-campus housing will offer assistance to students from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds to help make residential four-year college experience more affordable. Each floor of the new dormitory will have its own study lounges and collaborative learning spaces equipped with the latest technology. Additionally, large open common areas on each floor will provide students with opportunities to meet new friends and grow in community.

The new residence hall will be four-stories and encompass an outdoor amphitheater.  Additionally, the university announced that the new dorm is in compliance with environmental guidelines that will help protect the adjacent nature preserve showcasing the university’s commitment to both sustainability and students success.

Source: Reporter