This section provides additional information regarding some of the one-time capital projects undertaken by the University.
- 1729 MacVicar - Washburn Endowment Association Office Space
- The Washburn Endowment Assocation will be moved into new office space at 1729 MacVicar when this $2.0 million renovation project is completed.
- Stoffer Hall
- Expansion and renovation of Stoffer Hall has been approved at a cost of $14,951,787 to be funded from University reserves, sales tax receipts and fundraising.
- Art Building - Mulvane Renovation
- This project was funded with $2.5 million of sales tax proceeds after the Washburn Endowment Association failed to reach its $4.0 million fundraising goal.
- Student Wellness Center
- A $5.5 million project (funded with revenue bonds) with annual operating costs of $600,000 promotes wellness for students, faculty and staff and enriches the quality of campus life. But the ultimate source of funds for the ongoing operating costs may not be a settled issue.
- SCT Banner
- An ambitious $2.5 million project (funded with sales tax proceeds) with annual operating expenditures exceeding $750,000, that promised a flexible and robust system that would allow WU faculty, staff, and students to access timely, accurate information.
- Carole Chapel
- A $500,000 project funded from fundraising efforts led by a Board of Regents member created quite a bit of controversy as to where it should be placed on campus, how it should be modified to fit in with the other buildings on campus, and even what it should be named.
- An obscure project (costing $250,000 from sales tax proceeds) that had virtually no success. After making several annual maintenance agreement payments of over $13,000, in May, 2004, the University made a final $6,800 maintenance settlement payment to Infinet.