Highlands University’s refurbished engineering building on 11th Street will go a long way in helping students who often struggle with math and science, officials say.
“This is going to be a building that’s really going to help our students learn to some basic math and science skills, and go on to better their lives.,” said Bill Taylor, the university’s vice president for finance and administration.
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