PAW Center

The Penn State Board of Trustees on Thursday approved a $17.3 million project to renovate and expand the DuBois campus’ Physical Fitness, Athletics and Wellness, or PAW Center. (Photo submitted)

DUBOIS — Final approval was granted Thursday for the renovation and addition to the Physical Fitness, Athletics, and Wellness Center at Penn State DuBois by the Board of Trustees. 

The $17.3 million project will transform the current Multipurpose Building into a state-of- the-art facility with a focus on athletics, health and recreation. 

During school, Madi participated in marching band, jazz band, Student Council, robotics, Foreign Language Club, musical pit band, Art Club, Powder-Puff Football and the Variety Show, and was an office helper. 

The gymnasium and fitness center will be updated to provide students and student-athletes, as well as employees, a space to work toward staying healthy. Additional practice space, as well as offices for athletics staff, will also be housed within the updated building. New heating and air conditioning systems will also be installed for improved efficiencies. 

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