The Murray State University Hopkinsville Regional Campus hosted a reception and open house on Monday, May 8. The ribbon cutting event, held in conjunction with the Hopkinsville Chamber of Commerce, unveiled newly renovated classroom and study spaces. The new amenities total 4,800 square feet with four classrooms, one student lounge and one faculty work area.

In addressing the crowd of supporters, Murray State President Bob Davies thanked the University’s Board of Regents for their leadership and support of the new space on the Murray State Hopkinsville campus. “This beautiful new wing will enable us to continue to grow in support of the Hopkinsville community,” said Davies. “We’re proud to serve your community.”

“The newly remodeled shell space at the Murray State University Hopkinsville Regional Campus was designed to accommodate a variety of class offerings and allow for continued growth and expansion of our degree programs,” said Dr. Brian Van Horn, associate provost of regional academic outreach.

Murray State Board of Regents member and former mayor of Hopkinsville, J. Daniel Kemp cuts the ribbon as part of a special event held at the Murray State University Hopkinsville Regional Campus on May 8. The reception and open house unveiled newly renovated classroom and study spaces.