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EWU Spokane Building Renamed

Published: January 20, 2016

CHENEY, Wash. - Eastern Washington University's anchor building on the University District Campus in downtown Spokane is now formally known as the Eastern Washington University Center.

Previously known as the Phase 1 Classroom Building at 668 N. Riverpoint Blvd., Eastern took over the building from WSU Spokane in 2014.

New signs have been posted outside the EWU Center and other buildings on campus, which is part of a new branding effort between EWU Spokane and WSU Spokane to improve building signs and reflect what programs are now located in each facility.

The changes also include off-campus branding efforts, as freeway signs have been changed to reflect the names EWU Spokane and WSU Spokane, rather than the old label of "Riverpoint."

Eastern's College of Business & Public Administration and the new College of Health Science & Public Health are located in the EWU Center. The Center allows Eastern to centralize its downtown programs and events. Eastern continues to have a strong presence in other downtown campus facilities, such as the health sciences building.


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