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Ashland University constructed the Hawkins-Conrad Student Center with the assistance of the 1995 OHEFC Bond Project.
Ashland University began building the Kettering Science Center with the assistance of the 2004 OHEFC Bond Project.
Case Western Reserve University began construction on the North Residential Village with the assistance of the 2004 OHEFC Bond Project.
Case Western Reserve University began construction on the Peter B. Lewis Building with the assistance of the 2000 OHEFC Bond Project (Commercial Paper).
In 2000, Case Western Reserve University embarked on a campus-wide improvement project, affecting almost every building on campus. Adelbert Hall was only one of the many buildings updated with the assistance of the 2000 OHEFC Bond Project.
Denison University began construction on the Samson Talbot Hall of Biological Sciences with the assistance of the 2001 OHEFC Bond Project.
Kenyon College began construction on Tomsich Hall with the assistance of the 1999 OHEFC Bond Project.
Xavier began construction on Schott Hall with the assistance of the 2003 OHEFC Bond Project.
With the assistance of a 1992 OHEFC bond issue, the University of Dayton constructed the Jesse Phillips Center for Humanities.
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The Ohio Higher Educational Facility Commission was created for the purpose of assisting independent, not-for-profit institutions of higher education finance the construction, renovation or rehabilitation of educational facilities through tax-exempt bonds.

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