Construction continues at West Virginia Wesleyan College.
The college is undergoing a $7.5 million dollar renovation project.
Wesleyan will open its new welcome center in August that will house the admissions and financial aid offices.
The welcome center is the fourth new building the school has build in the past eight years.
There will also be work done to Doney Hall. It was first opened in 1962. The residence hall will feature air conditioning, and 55 singles and seven double rooms.
Ross Field is the home for the college's football and track and field teams. The first phase includes turf and a new eight lane track.
Roofs are being replaced for Agnes Howard Hall, Annie Merner Pfeiffer Library, McCuskey Hall and Wesley Chapel.
The school said students will benefit greatly from these projects.
“Just all the things you’d expect to have as an infrastructure, and an atmosphere that’s conduces to learning for the students that come here to West Virginia Wesleyan College. We get some of the best students in the region,” said Barry Pritts, WVWC Vice President of Finances.
Wesleyan's welcoming center and the three other major renovation projects are expected to be completed in August.