Texas A&M University builds $127M clinic to increase dental school enrollment by 25%: 4 points

College Station-based Texas A&M University is building a nine-story building in Dallas to bolster its dentistry program, according to Dallas News.


Here are four points:

1. The new building will serve as a clinical facility for the school's dentistry students.

2. Texas A&M expects the facility to increase dental school enrollment by 25 percent.

3. Equipped with advanced technology, the clinic will offer clinical support areas, study spaces, classrooms and specialized clinics.

4. Texas A&M expects to open the $127 million facility in fall 2019.

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