A ribbon cutting to celebrate the renovation of Davis Hall on the Douglas Campus of South Georgia State College will be held on Friday, August 25, at 9:30 a.m.
Davis Hall, built in 1906, was one of the original three buildings of what was then an A&M school. Originally, Davis Hall served as a dormitory to students, with its primary purpose now as classroom space. The renovation brings a variety of technology and layout changes to the space to enhance the teaching and learning experiences for SGSC students as well as increased utility efficiencies for the institution.
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