COLUMBUS, Ind. – Ivy Tech Community College has announced it is going to build a new, main campus building in Columbus that will provide a fresh learning environment to better serve students, employees, and employers in their service area.
The new building benefits from the Cummins Foundation Architecture Program, which will recommend architects and provide funds for the design of the new edifice. The $32 million, 80,000 square-foot structure will be built at the Columbus Air Park behind Ivy Tech’s current main campus building, Poling Hall.
“A new campus facility will significantly improve the learning and collaborative environments for our students and employees,” Ivy Tech Columbus Chancellor Dr. Steven Combs said. “We are sincerely grateful to the members of the Indiana legislature for funding and to the Cummins Foundation for its generosity and assistance as we prepare for this pivotal milestone.”