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Alderson Broaddus College Getting Major Makeover
Written by Lindsey Burnworth
Last updated on October 04, 2012 @ 7:33PM
Created on October 04, 2012 @ 6:06PM
Many new changes have been taking place on the campus of Alderson Broaddus College this year, and officials at the school are celebrating another addition.
There will be a groundbreaking on the campus this Saturday for four new residential halls.
These buildings will house more than 400 students starting in the fall of 2013.
These new dorms are in addition to the new football field the school is building.
All of these new improvements to the campus are to help the school grow even bigger.
This year, the college welcomed in 400 freshman, the biggest class in it's history.
"It's really exciting. I've been here just over a year and I've seen our campus transform from a sleepy small college to a vibrant exciting place and building four new residence halls is really indicative of the direction we're going," said

The groundbreaking will be at noon on Saturday on campus. The public is invited to join in.

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