TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - An old classroom building on Indiana State University's campus will soon be renovated.
The Indiana General Assembly approved its 2019-2021 budget bill last week.
That included an increase in operating allocations for ISU and a proposed renovation to Dreiser Hall.
That's the bill that houses student media, a theater, classrooms, and much more.
It was built in 1950.
The university will receive $18.4 million in fee replacement from the state.
The project will replace old mechanical and electrical systems, repair the outside of the building, and make it ADA compliant.