Bowie State University welcomed Larry Hogan for the second time in six months Monday — this time as governor.
After visiting the campus in September and asking students for their votes, Hogan returned to the school for a tour of the campus and a briefing on plans for a new Science and Nursing Center.
“I got a better chance to see more of the campus today and understand a little bit more about what some of the needs are,” he said.
The governor visited the George Crawford Science Building, currently used for science and math classes.
“The facility that we toured was in pretty rough shape and it’s been around for a long time,” Hogan said. “It’s not really enough to accommodate the students and some important disciplines and majors that they are hoping to grow here so I think there’s good reason why this new facility might help a lot.” read more…