The much-anticipated project, the Sorenson Legacy Foundation Child and Family Development Center is committed to the retention and graduation of SUU students by providing a high-quality facility offering on-campus childcare, a preschool lab, and parent and family support.
The 11,000 sq foot institutional residence will be repurposed as the Center, offering a cost-saving solution more than 50 percent less of the construction of a new facility. This decision offers children attending the Center to enter a home for their care and early learning experiences.
“I know of few people who would put their own convenience and comfort aside to meet the greatest need of a student population,” said Donna Law, executive director of development and government relations at SUU. “However, this is the case for the Wyatts, who have also made a personal gift to the project and have asked our facilities management team to have the Center ready as soon as possible.”
Additional funding has been secured for Southern Utah University’s Sorenson Legacy Child and Family Development Center allowing renovation construction to begin this July with plans for the center to be completed and operational by August 2020.
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Donna Law Executive Director of Development and Government Relations
Specializing in legislative and regulatory policy, fund-raising in higher education, and student government relations
President Scott L Wyatt President
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