PANAMA CITY, Fla. - Gulf Coast State College is continuing its efforts in creating a military-friendly campus by making a space just for veterans.
They're turning the old radio building next to the new softball fields into a Military and Veterans Resource Center.
DAG Architects, volunteered to do all of the architectural work and draw out the plans for the renovations for free.
Suzanne Remedies, the college's Military and Veteran Services Director, said the building will provide veterans with a quiet space, a space to study, and a place to bond with other veterans.
"It's more of a community, one where they can bond together, work together, one with peer to peer mentorship," she said. "We hope to expand our resources to include counseling opportunities. It's just a place where our students can come together and work together as we used to do in the military."
Remedies said they are hoping to complete the building within the next year.
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