published Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Dalton: Dalton State campus master plan unveiled

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    Students make their way between classes at Dalton State College. Staff photo by Matt Fields-Johnson/Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Dalton State college officials today unveiled a master plan designed to serve a student body of 8,000 for the next 10 to 12 years.

The plan, presented by Sasaki Associates of Boston, includes more residential housing, more parking and an expansion of a student center. At the heart of the plan is a pedestrian pathway running along a central spine from Roberts library on the south end of campus to the James E. Brown Center at the north.

“The master plan gives us a path to the future, but it takes time for a plan to come to reality,” said Scott Bailey, vice president of fiscal affairs.

For complete details, see tomorrow’s Chattanooga Times Free Press.

about Perla Trevizo...

Perla Trevizo joined the Chattanooga Times Free Press in 2007 and covers immigration/diversity issues and higher education. She holds a master’s degree in newswire journalism from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, Spain, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Texas. In 2011 she participated in the Bringing Home the World international reporting fellowship program sponsored by the International Center for Journalists, producing a series on Guatemalan immigrants for which she ...

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