The Washington State Legislature has approved a fund of $39,942,000 for constructing a new building — a Center for Transdisciplinary Learning and Innovation (TDIC) on our BC campus.
The Center will allow for an additional 60,000 to 70,000 square feet of space for programs such as computer science, interior design, information and business technologies (IBIT), art, engineering and more. The purpose of the center is to increase collaboration between these subjects, enabling students to work together in a collaborative learning environment.
This project had been explored over a long duration; a request report was completed back in December 2017 for confirming the program design, permitting and budgeting of the proposal. It pursued a discourse of rigorous planning for the years that followed.
The building for Transdisciplinary Learning and…