Fayetteville State University says it is set to receive its largest state budget allocation in 35 years, and plans to spend almost $152 million on new capital construction projcts,, as well as repairs and renovations.
The university’s allocation includes:
|New College of Education||$63,000,000|
|New Residential Hall||$40,000,000|
|New Parking Deck||$10,000,000|
|Repair & Renovations||$38,850,000|
|COVID-19 sterilization units||$670,000|
“Today, I am both overjoyed and humbled for FSU,” said university chancellor Darrell T. Allison. “This support that we will be receiving has been a long time coming. For the first time in over 35 years the North Carolina state budget puts Fayetteville State University in a position to make a quantum leap in educating our future leaders. This unprecedented support will assure our success for generations to come.“