The Board of Trustees is holding a meeting on Friday, April 7 at the Auburn Hotel to discuss matters such as facilities, academic affairs and finances.
There will be a final project approval for improvements being made to Mell Street, West Samford and Thach Avenue. Phase I is estimated to cost $4 million, which is to be funded by University General funds.
This project would make improvements from West Thach Avenue to the end of the Library Service Drive, where there will be a concourse constructed for pedestrians and bicyclists in front of the new Mell Street classrooms, should the resolution pass.
The initial resolution initiating this project was approved in September while the approval of the architect selection was approved at the Board's November meeting.
Another item on the agenda is to approve the project program, site, budget, funding plan and schematic design for the Band Building Phase III, estimated to cost $5.5 million dollars. This project would be funded by a combination of the College of Liberal Arts, as well as University General funds.
The Board will also be discussing proposed tuition and fees at the meeting on Friday.
The temporary relocation of the Auburn City Fire Department onto campus for 1-2 years will also be discussed to enhance safety on campus and serve as first responders on campus.
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