South Plains College Breaks Ground for New Dorm

by Katie Sloan

The $7 million project will add 104 beds to the school.


Levelland, Texas — South Plains College has broken ground for a new student residence hall on J.V. Morton Drive in Levelland. The $7 million project should be completed by fall 2011, with students moving in at the beginning of the spring 2012 semester. The two-story, 104-bed facility will feature a main common area with additional common areas on each of the four wings. This is the first new residence hall built on the South Plains College campus since 1981.


— Daniel Beaird

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