The two private Catholic schools are in different phases of upgrades and expansion totaling more than $25 million between them.
A Message from: Virginia Commonwealth University By Mike Porter Virginia Commonwealth University announced the highest sponsored research funding in its history today, continuing its growing national distinction as a top urban, public research university. The latest institutional record of $464.6 million total sponsored funding for fiscal year 2023 marks a 71% increase over five years… Read more »
A Message from Virginia Commonwealth University By Brian McNeill U.S. News & World Report has ranked Virginia Commonwealth University as one of the nation’s 20 most innovative public universities in its 2024 Best Colleges rankings released today. “At VCU, our mission is to do everything possible for students from all backgrounds to succeed. Our team constantly… Read more »
A growing private school’s students no longer have to eat lunch in the chapel thanks to an 18,000-square-foot, two-story wing that was recently completed.
In the wake of VCU Health’s controversial exit from a failed downtown redevelopment project, the university has clarified real estate and construction responsibilities of its own governing board’s committees. The VCU Board of Visitors last week approved updated language to the charters of its administration and finance committees, both of which serve to review and… Read more »
Construction has ramped up in recent months on the stone structure that’s planned to become an art gallery and museum for Virginia Union University.
After moving out of the city in 2020, Saint Gertrude High School students finally have a school of their own.
A groundbreaking ceremony planned for Aug. 9 will mark the start of construction on what’s tentatively referred to as the West Area Middle School in Chesterfield’s Upper Magnolia Green area.
The project includes a new atrium with a multiuse seating area and more study spaces for students. Construction started in the spring and comes as the latest in a sequence of projects at the Boatwright Memorial Library.
The university’s Board of Visitors approved a $1.5 billion budget on Wednesday, as it expects that dozens of jobs will be affected by its efforts to balance the budget amid increased costs and an unclear outlook on state funding.