TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A change is being made that will go down in history.
Indiana State University held a ribbon cutting on Friday for the new Health and Human Services building.
The new project is the largest state-funded project in the university's history. It's a $64 million project.
The new building will provide space for academic programs.
It also includes an 87,000-square-foot expansion for new and old university programs.
"We're deeply grateful to the state of Indiana for believing in Indiana State University, believing in our community, and believing in our students," said Greg Goode, ISU executive director of government relations.
The project is expected to be completed by the spring of 2018.
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