COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Students at Columbus State University will be arriving to a renovated Howard Hall this semester.
The renovation of the most used building on campus took a year and cost nearly $4 million.
The building will feature new technology in each classroom, flexible furniture, higher ceilings and better lights.
"It's a very important step because this is the first building that our incoming students see usually, so the first classes they take they'll take in this building. So it needs to leave a good impression and be a good atmosphere for the students," Pat McHenry said, Associate Dean for the College of Letters and Sciences.
Some of the classes that will be taught in the building include history and political science.