Troy University's Vice Chancellor of the Troy-Dothan campus addressed the Kiwanis Club Tuesday afternoon. Members of the Kiwanis Club were given a glimpse inside Troy's future on the Dothan campus, from Vice Chancellor Don Jeffrey.
Jeffrey explained the layout for Coleman Hall, a building expected to break ground in 20-15.
The building is expected to be 40 thousand square feet.
"Health and Human Services, Communication and Fine Arts, Arts and Sciences, Education...to include the College of Business, will all participate in that particular building. It will add to dome new degrees-twenty new degrees in the last five to seven years," says Jeffrey.
The building is expected to take between eighteen months and two years to complete.