WWU $11.7 milion expansion to include new visitor center

William Woods University in Fulton plans to convert the current presidential home on the campus to an alumni and visitor center after President Jahnae H. Barnett retires.

The $500,000 renovation project of the presidential home is one part of a $11.7 million three-part fundraising effort called the Imagine Campaign. Other projects in the fundraising campaign are a $8.2 million Sorority Circle with an Amphitheater and a $3 million Center for Ethics and Global Studies.


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The president’s home at the northwest entrance to William Woods University in Fulton, Mo., will be renovated into an alumni and visitor center if a $500,000 fundraising effort is successful.

The university has reached 55 percent of its $11.7 million fundraising goal for the Imagine Campaign.

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