Lees-McRae is proud to announce the official groundbreaking for the May School of Nursing and Allied Health was held on Thursday, June 20 in Stinson Parking Lot on West Main Street. Designed by McMillian Pazdan Smith, this 18,000 square foot facility will soon be the cornerstone of the college’s expanded science and health-related programs.
?Today we are declaring to build and implement a school of nursing and allied health on the campus of Lees-McRae College,? said Caroline Hart, vice president of advancement, in her opening remarks at the groundbreaking ceremony. ?[Today] we are celebrating on the very site of the May School of Nursing and Allied Health.?
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