MONROE—After four semesters of classes scattered across the University of Louisiana at Monroe campus, nursing students will be back in a renovated building this fall.
The News-Star reports staff and faculty have begun moving back into their offices.
The offices, as well as an auditorium, classrooms and laboratories in the three-story building, were ruined by rain from
Hurricane Gustav in September 2008.
ULM spent nearly $3.1 million on repairs to the nursing building.