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Completion of plaza rehabilitation tops major campus construction projects

Rehabilitation of the Maytum/Reed/McEwen Plaza tops an ambitious schedule of major campus construction projects expected to be completed or approach completion during the fall semester...

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EV charging stations now available on campus

Recharging an electric vehicle’s battery at SUNY Fredonia is as close as parking lots adjacent to Gregory, Fenton and Dods halls.

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EV charging stations coming to SUNY Fredonia campus

SUNY Fredonia is joining the system-wide initiative to make sure there are electric charging stations at every SUNY campus with the installation of charging units...

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Campus operations limited during semester break

Most campus buildings/businesses will be closed for 10 days, beginning on Friday, Dec. 24, through Sunday, Jan. 1, for the traditional break between fall and...

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Campus planting new trees for Earth Day

Fredonia is commemorating Earth Day with what will be the planting of over 20 new trees, renewing a campus tradition to replace dead or diseased...

Working Together for Clean Energy: SUNY Fredonia, NYPA, Oriden, and Solar Liberty team up for premier Solar Energy Project

The State University of New York at Fredonia (SUNY Fredonia) announced today that construction is starting on its first solar/battery project, enabling the Chautauqua County...

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Library windows, Houghton renovation top summer construction activity at Fredonia

The major undertaking to replace windows and restore deteriorating board-formed exterior concrete walls in Reed Library is the most visible project in another busy summer...

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Custodians have ‘key’ role in limiting virus spread on campus

Members of Custodial Services are on the front line of continuing efforts at Fredonia to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.