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Meliora Milestones

Supported by more than $129 million from The Meliora Challenge, the University undertook several building and infrastructure projects during the past decade. Shown here in red on this animated timeline are new buildings and some major facilities projects undertaken since 2005.


The Meliora Challenge campaign raised more than $129 million for new and improved facilities and infrastructure projects.

Those projects include Golisano Children's Hospital, the largest capital project in University history; Raymond F. LeChase Hall, a new home for the Warner School of Education; Ronald Rettner Hallf for Media Arts and Innovation, and Arts, Sciences & Engineering building designed to advance practical skills and theoretical understanding of digital technology; the Saunders Research Building, a hub for clinical and translational research; the Imaging Sciences Building, which houses the William and Mildred Levine Autism Clinic; the Brian F. Prince Athletic Complex, providing renovated and expanded outdoor athletic facilities; a new facilities program, the Rettner Campus Improvement Fund, the preserve historic architecture while making spaces state-of-the-art; and Wegmans Hall, which will house the University's new Goergen Institute for Data Science in 2017.