The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents approved a capital budget of $18.05 million for the fiscal year 2022-2023 at its meeting on Dec 9.
Eastern Michigan University will see improvements to academic facilities, campus, and classroom technology. The invested projects support the renovation of the 3D Arts Complex, the College of Business relocation to central campus, infrastructure improvements to academic, administrative, and auxiliary facilities, information technology, safety, and asset preservation according to EMU.
The FY23 Capital Plan defined by the University’s strategic plan priorities includes:
- $6.25 million for academic programs and research
- $5.55 million for institutional infrastructure
- $4.65 million for student success and engagement
- $600,000 for service and engagement
“Following the priorities of the University's Strategic Plan, the capital budget provides funding to support upgrades, modernization and repairs to ensure our classrooms, buildings and facilities are of the highest standard and technology," Melissa Thrasher, EMU’s director of media relations, said. “These improvements help enable the success of Eastern's students.”
More information about the FY23 plan can be found on EMU’s website.