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CAMPUS RENOVATIONS UNDERWAY AT LAKE ERIE COLLEGE

- LANDSCAPING AND BUILDING RENOVATIONS TO OCCUR ALL SUMMER

(PAINESVILLE, OHIO) - The Campus of Lake Erie College will have a fresh new look by summer's end. The campus is currently undergoing many renovations to continue its beauty and historic feel. Renovations include:

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  • Landscaping. New plants and shrubbery have been planted throughout campus, beds have been edged and mulched and new grass has been planted in many areas. Decorative planters have also been added throughout campus to add a fresh touch.
  • Sidewalk paving. Many sidewalks have been repaved to allow for a smoother walk about campus and improve navigation for students with disabilities.
  • Kilcawley Hall. The exterior woodwork has been scraped and painted and many renovations are taking place inside. Most of the interior walls of the building have received a fresh coat of paint and the president's office has been updated with new paint, carpet and furniture. Renovations are currently underway in the alumni suite of the building to create a more inviting area for visiting alumni and friends and by summer's end the space formerly occupied by the Indian Museum will be renovated to house the business office.
  • Manor House. The Manor House, located at the George M. Humphrey Equestrian Center is currently undergoing many cosmetic changes. The landscaping on the estate has received attention and decorative planters have been added. The entire first floor of the house is also being repainted.
  • College Hall. The central building on campus will receive the most attention this summer as renovations begin on the main floor. The plans call for new paint, carpet and decorations. The lobby areas will also be redecorated (current furniture will be recovered/restored and new furniture added) to make for a welcoming entrance for current and prospective students and their families. Plans are also underway for renovations of Social Parlor, which will also include carpet, paint and redecoration.
  • Morley Music Hall. This ongoing project includes a new roof on the outside and major renovations to the inside. The Skinner Organ is currently being restored off campus and will be reinstalled before summer is out. The chamber, which stores the organ pipes, has been repainted and current projects include renovations to the stage area and the pews.
  • George M. Humphrey Equestrian Center. The barns at the equestrian center are to receive a fresh coat of paint before students return in the fall.

"Lake Erie College is an absolutely breathtaking campus and we want to do our best to make sure it retains that beauty," said President, Michael Victor. "We hope that these improvements are just the beginning and will allow many people to discover Lake Erie College all over again."

Founded in 1856, Lake Erie College is a dynamic and progressive institution of higher education offering 26 undergraduate majors and master's degrees in business administration and education. This coeducational college, grounded in the liberal arts, enrolls just over 1,000 students of all ages and is nationally recognized for its equine studies programs and international learning opportunities for students. For more information, call the admissions office at 800/533-4996 or visit us on the web at www.lec.edu.

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