ST. GEORGE – In advance of the upcoming dedication of its new Jeffrey R. Holland Centennial Commons Building, Dixie State College of Utah is offering free guided tours of the new five-story facility to the public.
The tours will be held weekdays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., beginning Monday, Aug. 27, through Thursday, Sep. 6, with the exception of Monday, Sep. 3, in observance of the Labor Day holiday.
Principle construction on the 170,000 square-foot Holland Centennial Commons Building, the new centerpiece of the DSC campus located in the heart of Dixie’s historic Encampment Mall, was completed in late May. Since June, the facility has served as the new home of DSC’s Val A. Browning Library and English Department, along with the College’s business service and IT departments.
In addition, the Holland Centennial Commons Building hosts all the services students will need in one location, including registration, financial aid, advising and counseling, among other student resources in support of Dixie State’s mission to provide a student-centered learning environment.
For additional information or to book a tour, please contact the DSC School Relations Office at 435-652-7590.
The formal dedication ceremony for the DSC Jeffrey R. Holland Centennial Commons Building will be held on Friday, Sep. 7, beginning at 10 a.m., in the DSC Avenna Center Cox Auditorium, followed by the official ribbon-cutting at 11:15 a.m. Visit www.dixie.edu in the coming weeks for more information.