UTM to break ground on new Instructional Centre


The University of Toronto Mississauga will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the campus new Instructional Centre on Friday, Oct. 2, 2009 at 3 p.m. in the atrium of the Communication, Culture and Technology building.
The $70million facility, scheduled to open in March 2011, will include a new 500 seat and a 350 seat auditorium, three new lecture theatres and 19 other class rooms. The state of the art building will also include an advanced computer lab, wireless access and study spaces for individuals or groups.
U of T Mississauga Vice President and Principal Ian Orchard will offer opening remarks    and    welcome guests. Other speakers will include U of T president David Naylor, the Honourable Tony Clement, federal Minister of Industry, and the Honourable Harinder Takhar, provincial  Minister of Government Services.
Free parking will be available in Lot 9 for the duration of the event. (Media Advisory, University of Toronto Mississauga)

  • Joey

    Oh great.. another big building. how about lowering tuition first?