Over the past few years, the University has upgraded its facilities, building the Glen D. Johnson Student Union, Shearer Hall, a new tennis complex, the Bloomer Sullivan Arena, renovation of Paul Laird Field and construction of the General Classroom Building.
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Formal dedication of the three-story, $14.5 million Student Union was held in the Fall of 2006. It serves as the hub of student activities.
Located at Fourth and University, Shearer Residence Hall was formally dedicated in 2006. The 300-bed facility includes 2-and-4 bedroom suites.
The new tennis courts complex opened for play in 2008.
Bloomer Sullivan Arena
The new arena opened in Fall 2008 for basketball games and commencement. The facility has a capacity of 3,617 and includes four scoreboards, a jumbotron, offices, and the First United Bank of Durant Gold & Blue Suite. Funding was through approval of the Durant city sales tax proposal.
Funded by the city of Durant sales tax proposal, the renovated football stadium was completed in the Fall of 2005. Improvements included FieldTurf in place of natural grass, a new home locker room, the addition of 600 seats to the home side of the stadium, a new ticket booth and entryway, and an honors plaza.
Located at 7th and Chuckwa Streets, the 22,000-sq. foot facility includes three computer science labs/classrooms, two 50-seat classrooms and one 75-seat classroom.¬† In addition, the building houses offices for social science and computer science faculty members.
The new classroom building is a part of the 2005 Higher Education Bond project funded by the state.