SAN MARCOS - Texas State University will begin major construction projects in 2016 to address increasing enrollment in two fast-growing programs.
The Texas Legislature’s passage of a tuition revenue bond bill will provide the university with $67 million to go toward construction of a new $93 million engineering building at the San Marcos campus.
In Round Rock $48.6 million will go toward construction of a new $67 million health professions building.
The new health professions building will include 107,000 sf and will provide space for a 35 percent enrollment increase in health professions programs.
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