Florida Gulf Coast University officials unveiled a construction plan Tuesday that has 31 classrooms opening in two buildings at the campus in southeast Lee County on time for the fall 1997 opening. However, the student services building, broadcast center and school library, all part of the first phase of construction, will take an additional four months to complete. FGCU President Roy McTarnaghan said Tuesday that the two academic buildings, which combined will house classroom/labs, are the most crucial to the school's opening. But the college, which will focus on environmental sciences, will still need to hold classes in other off-campus buildings to accommodate the 3,000 students administrators expect to have enrolled by opening day.
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