Pictured above: Chancellor Dubois with the Gage family
Excerpt pulled from UNC Charlotte article written by Jenn Howe.
UNC Charlotte dedicated its newest building, the Lucius G. Gage Jr. Undergraduate Admissions Center, during a campus ceremony Wednesday, Aug 14.
In addition to housing the admissions team, the Undergraduate Admissions Center, which features more than 18,000 square feet of space, includes a 150-seat auditorium and a 50-seat presentation room to accommodate prospective students and their families, as well as high school groups.
“This new state-of-the-art facility is one we can be proud of,” said Chandler Crean, student body president. “It is welcoming, it is full of caring, 49er staff members ready to guide students and families through the admissions process, and it is the place where dreams will come true for first-generation college students, like myself.”
Watson Tate Savory was the design architect along with engineering consultants Optima Engineering,
Stanley D. Lindsey & Associates, and LandDesign. Construction by Randolph & Son Builders.
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