College Breaks Ground on Higgins Engineering and Science Center

Manhattan College is set to break ground on a new addition to the campus that will advance engineering, math, science and technology learning.

Thanks to a leadership gift of $5 million from Patricia G. Higgins, Ph.D., and Cornelius J. (Neil) Higgins ’62, Ph.D., a 30,000-square foot academic facility on its South Campus, adjacent to Leo Hall, is scheduled to open in the fall of 2020.

The College will hold a formal groundbreaking for the forthcoming Patricia and Cornelius Higgins ’62 Engineering and Science Center on Thursday, April 26 at 1:30 p.m. The entire College community is invited to attend the event, held in the Leo Hall parking lot.

The Patricia and Cornelius Higgins ’62 Engineering and Science Center is considered to be the cornerstone of Manhattan College’s modernization of facilities that support its engineering and science programs. If you are unable to attend the official groundbreaking on April 26, the event will be simulcast on the homepage of the College’s website, manhattan.edu.
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