CWU Moving Forward With New Science Building Plans
Central Washington University is moving forward with plans to construct a new building on campus.
The school is expected to receive 60 million dollars in funds as part of the state's $3.6 billion capital budget.
That money will go towards constructing a new science building to house physics, geological science, science and math education and several lab rooms.
Right now, the school has capped enrollment in its physics program due to insufficient capacity, and hopes to attract more students to science programs with the new building.