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Board of regents to approve University of Georgia building
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ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — The state board of regents is set to approve a building project for the University of Georgia.

The Athens Banner-Herald ( ) reports the regents are expected to approve the third phase of the university's $140 million Business Learning Community when they meet Wednesday in Atlanta.

The business college occupied Correll Hall, the first of the three buildings, earlier this year. Officials ceremonially broke ground the second building, Amos Hall, on Sept. 18, 2015.

The third and final building is budgeted at $42 million and will house the college's business services, marketing and communications, career services and information technology, as well as classrooms.

The final building has not been named yet.


Information from: Athens Banner-Herald,