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LAYTON, Utah (AP) -- Cermonies Thursday officially open Weber State University's Davis campus, with the first classes set to begin on Monday.
The classes will be in a three-story, $22.5 million building with 21 classrooms and 10 computer labs. The building is the first of 10 proposed for the 105-acre campus.
Combined enrollment at the Ogden and Layton campuses is expected to be about 18,000, with the Davis campus hosting 3,000 of them.
"In many ways the grand opening celebrates not only this new building, but WSU's ongoing commitment to serving the needs of Davis County residents," WSU President Ann Millner said.
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