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New Library for Local College Students

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/10/2014

A state-of-the-art library and media center will soon be available to OSU-Mansfield and North Central State Students. A dedication and Capital Campaign celebration in honor of the Bromfield Library and Information Commons was held Thursday night.

This campaign is part of a much larger Capital Campaign initiative that all of the Ohio State University is involved in. The library is part of the first $3 million dollar phase, which focuses on three main components; Scholarship, Business and Industry Internship Programs and the Library.

Group Study Rooms, Media Centers and the "Crown Jewel", The Learning Collaborative Classroom all aim to support group learning in a vibrant, high-tech environment. These vital study rooms and instructional areas were created through gifts from local businesses.

The building was re-named "Conard Hall" in recognition of a 500,000 gift from John and Pearl Conard. This innovative space, shared by OSU-Mansfield and North Central State College will also be available to business and community programs.

   
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