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January 13, 2003

Napa Hall opening set for Jan. 24

Photo: Napa Hall The CSUS College of Continuing Education will host a grand opening of Napa Hall, its new on-campus building, from 3 to 6 p.m., Friday, Jan. 24.

The event is intended for the campus and special invitees from the community. It will feature a ribbon cutting ceremony, program exhibits, refreshments and door prizes.

Napa Hall is located at the south entrance to campus at the corner of State University Drive East and State University Drive South.

Designed by Dreyfuss & Blackford Architects, the 34,000 square-foot building features eight classrooms, three hands-on computer labs and five conference rooms, as well as offices and work areas for administrative, conference and programming staff.

The opening will be hosted by CSUS President Donald R. Gerth and Alice Tom, dean of the College of Continuing Education.

"It is our goal to utilize this building not only as a home for our programs and staff, but also as a visual and tangible symbol of our connection with the CSUS campus and the greater Sacramento community," Tom says.

The College of Continuing Education offers a variety of professional development courses. Formal admission to CSUS is not required for most of the College's programs, and the programs are not publicly funded - class fees cover the cost of instruction and administration.

Last year the College offered more than 1,000 public courses and handled 38 contracts and 150 statewide conferences, meetings and events.

For more information, call 278-4433.



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