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The University of Houston at Sugar Land is breaking ground on a new three-story, 100-thousand square foot building to house the College of Technology. Associate Vice President Jay Neal says he expects enrollment at UH Sugar Land to double, adding over 2,500 students, when the building opens.


“The long-term goal is to get to about 10-thousand students out here, and this is a key step in that process,” Neal said.


Construction of the UH College of Technology building will start in April, and the building is expected to open its doors for the fall 2019 semester.






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"“The merged Cullen College of Engineering will serve 11,000 students, making it the third-largest engineering/technology college in the state and one of the largest ones in the nation,” Khator said.

Alongside the merger, UH is also constructing a new $66 million technology building at the Sugar Land campus, Director of Media Relations Chris Stipes said. Of that figure, $52.4 million is sourced from the 2021 Capital Construction Assistance Project Funding approved by the Texas Legislature.

An additional $12.6 million comes from the UH system, and $1 million is “auxiliary funding,” according to documents presented to the UH board of regents in December.

The project, dubbed “Sugar Land Academic Building No. 2,” is projected to begin construction this summer and be completed in spring 2025."

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