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Texas State plans McCoy Hall dedication

Date of Release: 10/18/2006

SAN MARCOS —Texas State University-San Marcos will formally dedicate McCoy Hall, home of the McCoy College of Business Administration, with a 10:30 a.m. ceremony Saturday, Oct. 21.

The dedication is open to the general public and will feature refreshments and self-guided tours of the facility.
The vocal group Voca Libre will perform, and scheduled speakers include Texas State President Denise Trauth, Texas State University System Chancellor Charles Matthews and McCoy College of Business Administration Dean Denise Smart. Brian McCoy will represent the McCoy family.

McCoy Hall was designed to reflect an atmosphere of corporate environments to promote the development of tomorrow’s business leaders. Extensive use of glass throughout the building provides an open and inviting atmosphere, complemented by artwork that is a mixture of styles and materials with a focus on Texas artists. Special consideration has been given to inclusion of spaces for student use, such as seating areas for study and conversation, group study rooms and space for student organizations to meet. The entire building supports wireless network access.


About the McCoy College of Business Administration

The McCoy College of Business Administration is dedicated to pursuing and sharing values, knowledge and skills that enable students to compete in a dynamic business environment. Serving primarily students from Texas, the McCoy College uses an applied approach focusing on creating a learning environment that places primary importance on teaching excellence complemented by intellectual contributions and supported by service.