Concordia Pharmacy School groundbreaking is Friday

Concordia University Wisconsin will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, May 14, to celebrate the start of construction of its 57,000-square-foot School of Pharmacy building at the campus in Mequon.
The total cost of the project is estimated at $12-15 million. So far Concordia has raised about $8 million for the project.
Milwaukee-based C.G. Schmidt Inc. is the general contractor for the project, which is expected to be complete in time for the 2011 fall semester.
The first Concordia pharmacy students will begin taking classes this fall in a temporary location on campus.
Concordia is in the process of getting its new School of Pharmacy accredited. Full accreditation will only occur after the first class of students graduate in 2014.
Concordia’s School of Pharmacy will only be the second in the state. The other is at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Nationally, there are just over 100 accredited pharmacy schools.

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