UMass Boston Celebrates Ribbon Cutting at University Hall

Office of Communications | October 17, 2016
UMass Boston Celebrates Ribbon Cutting at University Hall

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UMass Boston cut the ribbon on its state-of-the-art $130 million University Hall on October 17, celebrating the second new academic building to open on campus in the last two years. The four-story, 190,000-square-foot facility provides nearly 2,000 seats of classroom space, along with specialized studios and exhibition spaces for the visual and performing arts.

Chancellor J. Keith Motley was joined by Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, UMass President Marty Meehan, former UMass President William Bulger, local and state officials, and more than 300 students, faculty, and alumni for the ceremony in University Hall’s 500-seat auditorium.

Tags: buildings , construction , ribbon cutting , university hall

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