Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina Unveils a New Master Plan

Winston-Salem State University, the historically Black educational institution in North Carolina, has unveiled a new master plan that will guide the university over the next 20 years.

Among the provisions of the master plan are the construction of four new academic buildings and two new residence halls, the renovation of two existing dormitories, the construction of a 6,000-seat football stadium and a 3,000 seat convocation center on campus, a new student success center and renovation of the campus library.

Constance Mallette, vice chancellor of finance and administration at Winston-Salem State University, stated that “the master plan for Winston-Salem State University’s 117-acre campus will provide a roadmap for strategic long-term growth over the next 20 years. This document supports the growth of academic programs and advances the living/learning concept, which focuses on creating facilities that support high-impact teaching practices and enhanced student learning.”

Mallette earned her bachelor’s degree in finance from North Carolina A&T State University and a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from Winston-Salem State University.

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