Federal funding provides $4 million toward historic renovation
Goshen, IN – Goshen College was awarded a $4 million grant from the U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) American Rescue Plan Economic Adjustment Assistance program. The grant provides funding to renovate the college’s historic Westlawn Hall, which will triple the size of the college’s nursing program facilities and expand enrollment capacity. With this enhanced space to accommodate more nursing students, this project will meet local and regional nursing workforce shortages. Goshen College will partner with Ivy Tech Community College, Goshen Health, Beacon Health System, Greencroft Communities and Miller’s Merry Manor.
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If you are interested in reading more, Goshen College’s press release can be accessed here: https://www.goshen.edu/news/2022/07/19/goshen-college-awarded-4-million-federal-grant-to-renovate-facilities-for-expanded-nursing-program/