Norrington Center is transforming into an Academic Commons that will feature a state-of-the-art, multi-media classroom for distance teaching, collaborative technology work stations, a new Campanella Gallery and a café. Reference Librarians in the new facility will be available by email, phone and even through an online chat room six days a week. The digital resources, e-journals and e-books available through the library are accessible to all Park students regardless of their location.
Park alumni, friends and partners are invited to help transform Norrington Center. There are multiple unique naming opportunities available which will allow your support to be recognized every time a student uses this facility and its resources. You can reshape the foundation of the learning experience for every Park student.
LEGACY NAMING OPPORTUNITIES
The creation of the Academic Commons, in Parkville and online, reflects Park’s commitment to the success of every student on the Parkville campus and the success of every Park University student wherever they may be across the country or around the globe.
You can transform our student experience. Join the effort today.
For details contact, Nathan Marticke, associate vice president of constituent development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or(816) 584-6844.
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