Florida college launches $87M master plan
College officials said the master plan will focus on programs for high-technology careers and general education. It represents the largest planned capital outlay the college has ever made on any of its four campuses.
- A new $21.6 million planetarium to replace the old structure that sustained severe damage from Hurricane Irma in 2017 and is permanently closed.
- A pair of new student housing apartment buildings for $16 million that will provide on-campus living for up to 192 students.
- A $15.8 million renovation of the Health Science Center for health-care programs and dentistry.
- A new $14.5 million Advanced Technologies building for several programs such as aerospace and engineering technology.
- A new $14.5 million Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) building for science classrooms and labs.