CONSTRUCTION DATES: The structure housing the Student Health Canter was built in 1963.
REMODEL: There are no substantial remodels of the facility that are known.
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY: Jeppsen and Miller of Corvallis contracted the construction of the facility.
COSTS: The construction cost $138,361 when the bill was complete.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDING STYLE: The wood frame building was designed by the architectural firm of Jeppsen and Miller of Corvallis.
CURRENT USES: The building currently houses the Student Health Center.
HISTORY: The Student Health Center was built to ease the overcrowded situation at the previous site on Clay Street. Health services have been available on campus since about 1910 when the health center was located in Todd Hall. The health center has been located in several places, but the current building is the first built and designed for student health services.
OTHER INTERESTING FACTS: The Student Health Center was built entirely with student fees as a self-liquidating project.
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