USU-Brigham City unveiling its new campus on December 1

Utah State University-Brigham City will unveil its new classroom and student services building to the public on Tuesday, December 1. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 1:30 p.m. and an open house will follow from 2 to 5 p.m.

The new 50,000 square foot building consists of a 250-seat multi-purpose room, a 130-seat auditorium, a testing center, a computer lab, classrooms of various sizes, a receiving room and two teaching studios. Courses will be taught by faculty both in-person and via a video teleconference system.

For students who are working, have families or are not able to move to Logan to take full-time, traditionally-scheduled classes, USU-Brigham City provides a quality education that may not otherwise be available.

Bridgerland Applied Technology College’s Brigham City campus at 1100 South will also expand as a result of the new building. BATC will be able to use some of the space that USU is vacating when they move to their new location at 989 South Main.

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