ST. CLOUD (AP) -- Another 100 students will be able to live on campus at St. Cloud State University this autumn following a face-lift of Lawrence Hall, the oldest building on campus.
In seven months, workers have gutted the building and added classrooms, bedrooms and offices. Space for 100 more on-campus residents will add to the university's current capacity of about 3,100 students.
Lawrence Hall, built in 1905, has been closed to the public since 1999. The remodeling project is expected to be completed in June.
The $6.4 million facelift is the first of four construction projects on campus.
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