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Harding Hall RenovationSouth Dakota State University

Harding Hall Renovation

South Dakota State University


If you are an alumni of South Dakota State University, you know Harding Hall as an academic building - but it was actually originally built in 1954 as a men's residence hall. Harding Hall will soon live another life as a highly functioning, modern, up-to-date facility after a complete renovation and expansion.

The building is currently vacant. Upon completion, the building is expected to contain roughly 40 offices for department administrators, faculty, advisers and graduate students, as well as two classrooms. Both classrooms will be able to house more than 50 students.

The new building will attract more economics and business students and faculty with its clean and business-focused layout.

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The new building will attract more economics and business students and faculty with its clean and business-focused layout.
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