Newly Renovated Texas A&M YMCA Building Damaged

By: KBTX Staff
By: KBTX Staff

Flood damage due to last week's rainstorms has students moving out of Texas A&M University's newly renovated YMCA building.

Last week's storms have left the Texas A&M YMCA building underwater. Hundreds of students have been relocated due to significant damage to the building's basement, which houses multiple classrooms and a logic laboratory.

The university says that 680 students have been displaced by the flooded classrooms, and another 680 have been moved from the flooded logic lab. TAMU is still assessing the cost of damage to the newly renovated facility, but claims that students displaced should not expect to move back into their former classrooms any time this semester.

The YMCA building is home to the university's philosophy department, Dean of Faculties office and the Office of the Associate Provost.


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