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FSU hosts steel topping out ceremony for New Residence Hall

By Stephanie Meador, posted 2 weeks ago
Photo by GFBJ

Fayetteville State University celebrated the completion of the structural framework of the New Residence Hall this morning with a steel topping out ceremony.

Chancellor Allison welcomed attendees to the celebration with a smile as he looked at the bright future ahead of FSU and Fayetteville. 

“In a little over a year, a year from next month, August 2025. This beautiful building will house approximately 338 FSU Bronco students,” shared Chancellor Allison during the ceremony. 

Additionally, in 2026 FSU will have completed its new College of Education and it will be one of the largest academic buildings on the campus.

“Not only is Fayetteville State University growing and expanding, but we're doing so with community in mind…we want our community to know that we are part of you and you are a part of us,” remarked Chancellor Allison.

University staff, students past and present, city leaders and community members gathered to celebrate this milestone and signed their names on the final beam before it was raised into the air and secured in place, marking the completion of the New Residence Hall’s structural framework. 

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