FLOWER MOUND, TX (KAUZ) - Midwestern State University is set to host a grand opening of the new student learning center in Flower Mound on Wednesday.
Administrators from MSU Texas and North Central Texas College broke ground on the shared facility in December 2016.
Visitors will take a tour of the 31,000 square foot facility with classrooms, science laboratories, lecture halls, seminar classrooms and interactive television classrooms.
Randy Canivel, Director of the MSU Texas Flower Mound facility, said in a press release, the shared facility also has a state-of-the-art webinar room, freeform study/lounging area, tutoring and testing space, administrative and faculty offices, a bookstore with a coffee bar and grab-and-go food items, and a conference room that will be available for community use.
"We are excited and ready to open the doors," Canivel said in a press release. "This is a momentous occasion for MSU Texas."
The partnership allows NCTC students to finish their associate degrees and then continue their education at MSU Texas to pursue select baccalaureate degrees on the same campus.
The grand opening is being held from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at 100 Parker Square in Flower Mound, Texas.