Officials from Marian University will today cut the ribbon on the new home of the Byrum School of Business. The university says the $7 million Paul J. Norman Center will welcome students for classes at the beginning of the spring semester on January 8.
Marian announced broke ground on the facility in May 2016, saying it was necessary to accommodate the growing enrollment in the Byrum School. The university named the building after Norman, a 1973 graduate and chief executive officer of Ohio-based NU Holdings Inc., following a major gift earlier this year from Norman.
Nearly 200 students, alumni, donors and others will be on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Norman will be on hand for the event, alongside Marian University President Daniel Elsener and Byrum School of Business Dean Russ Kershaw.