TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A new welcome center makes it's way to a local college campus.
Serving as a front door to Indiana State University for prospective students, parents and other campus visitors is a new welcome center.
The new center is named after the University's 9th President, John W. Moore.
The one-stop shop is aimed at helping families meet with staff from admissions, financial aid, academics and student housing.
"A new entry point for all new students and visitors to campus, to learn a little bit more about what Indiana State University has to offer," Richard Toomey, from ISU said.
The new John W. Moore Welcome Center is housed in the former family and consumer sciences building.
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