Now it’s easier than ever for students to spread their entrepreneurial wings at Florida Gulf Coast University.
That’s because there’s a new home for enterprising minds.
On Aug. 10, the university officially opened Lucas Hall, a new three-story building for entrepreneurial programs, classes and students.
The building, spanning 27,000 square feet, sits on the university’s main campus in south Fort Myers.
“A central place where students can go when working on ideas really makes a difference,” said Sandra Kauanui, founding director of FGCU’s school for entrepreneurship.
Without a home, entrepreneurial students had to take many of their classes at FGCU’s Emergent Technologies Institute off Alico Road, miles away from the main campus. Not anymore.
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