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Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016

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Legacy Projects > University of St. Francis Downtown Campus Renovation University of St. Francis Downtown Campus Renovation

The University is renovating two historic downtown buildings to form the University of Saint Francis Downtown Campus. The university relocated to Fort Wayne from Lafayette, Indiana in 1944 to become Fort Wayne’s first college. The new college campus is the first to be located in downtown Fort Wayne. The campus includes the former Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce building to house the Keith Busse School of Entrepreneurial Leadership, and the USF Robert Goldstine Performing Arts Center as a public venue for lectures and performing arts events. In addition, two signature university programs; Media Entrepreneurship Training in the Arts program and the Music Technology program will be moved to the downtown campus.

  • Organization: University of St. Francis
  • County: Allen
  • Contact: Trois Hart, 260-7700 x6408,
  • Type: Educational
  • Project Number: IBC-CI-81
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