The new building will include more collaborative spaces and classrooms for the school’s science programs to grow into.
Greek houses across Butler’s campus will be receiving updates in the near future.
There is still construction in the west tower of Jordan, and students are upset about it.
The roof of Jordan Hall is undergoing an in-depth repair due to water leaks. The east tower stairwell between the second and third floor is split in two halves, one side for traffic and one side blocked for construction, as a result.
Instead of passively waiting for Lambda to decide whether or not to reestablish themselves, Butler is actively coaxing them back onto campus by paying architects and designers to create a feasible vision for the new house.
Flood wall construction through Holcomb Gardens, which began last summer, may continue through August of 2019.
As the Fall 2019 opening of Butler’s new business building nears, students, faculty and community members are excited about what it will offer campus.
Renovations at Christian Theological Seminary, the new site for Butler’s College of Education, are officially underway.
The construction at the site began in January and is on schedule to be completed by the end of July.
A new atrium will connect the two academic buildings top to bottom, allowing the sciences to expand while business will move to their new building. Labs, classrooms and the science library will be renovated.
Construction on Atherton’s roof will continue in the spring semester. The building’s flat roof must be updated every 20 years.