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Indiana University South Bend Looking into Facility Upgrades

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) – Indiana University South Bend is focusing on the available space on campus as it creates an updated facilities plan.

Chancellor Terry Allison tells the South Bend Tribune renovating the first floor of the administration building, creating a health and wellness center and relocating fine arts programs are among the school's top priorities.

The university purchased a former night club last year for more than $1.3 million. Allison says plans for the site are still unclear because the school needs to repair damage caused by a broken pipe.

She says a former commercial building will house the art education programs after receiving a $60,000 renovation.

School officials are considering placing the health and wellness center in a vacant building.

Other projects likely will have to wait until the school secures more funding.

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