Regents approve UA’s $137M Honors College complex

An artist’s rendering of the UA’s new Honors College shows a portion of North Fremont Avenue, which is being vacated by the city, as well as a mall area for pedestrians and cyclists. The project should be completed by August 2019. /Artist rendering courtesy of University of Arizona

The Arizona Board of Regents on Thursday unanimously approved for the University of Arizona to begin constructing a $137 million Honors College complex, described by the school as a “campus within a campus.”

Regents also approved the 2019-2021 Capital Improvement Plan that includes $66 million in upgrades to UA athletic facilities, including Arizona Stadium, requested by Athletic Director Dave Heeke.

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