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FILM TV STUDENTS QUIETLY AWAIT OPENING OF NEW BUILDING
MSU's new film and television building has doubled the capacity of enrollment in the film, television, and photography courses on campus.
Paul Jesswein, actingfilm and televsion department head, said the photography option in particular has been severely limited with restrictions on enrollment because of a lack of space in the past. An average of about 300 students have been enrolled in the option in past years. Now many more will be able to enroll in the many photography classes that will be offered in the new facilities.
The 39,245-square-foot Visual Communications Building was ready for classes in the fall of 1983. However, because of funding restrictions, the department wasn't fully equipped for all classes. The rest of the building will be equipped as monies arc received.
Jesswein believes that the department will sec a sharp increase in enrollment in
the Film and Television options. Other majors, such as art, require some of the film, televsion, and photography classes for their students also. Now the film and TV department can better accomodate these students.
The application of film, televsion, and photography courses in other fields is quite obvious Jesswein has said. And those course offerings will be explored more fully in the future.
The general, electrical, and mechanical contracts for the film and television building totaled S3,516,650. Construction funds for the Visual Communications Building were approved by the 1981 Legislature, following 10 years of pleas and planning by MSU officials.
The new building provides MSU film and televsion majors with one of the most advanced and best equipped facilities in the United States to study and learn in.
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