BGSU Launches First-of-its-kind Fair Resort and Attraction Management Program
On Oct. 30, BGSU held the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the program
There's a new destination along the shores of Lake Erie, and it is aimed at jump-starting the ride of a lifetime for students in the recently launched Cedar Fair Resort and Attraction Management (RAAM) program at Bowling Green State University.
On Oct. 30, BGSU held the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the program and Falcon Point Lofts, a newly constructed 78,000-square-foot facility in downtown Sandusky that houses classrooms, common spaces and apartment-style housing for the community and students in the RAAM program, the only bachelor’s degree completion program of its kind in the nation.
Students will complete the first two years of the RAAM program at BGSU, BGSU Firelands or come from any two- or four-year college, and finish the final two years of the program in Sandusky. The five-story, multipurpose facility will be home to the academic space for the RAAM program and was developed by Marous Development Group. It also features 36 studio and 44 two-bedroom furnished apartments with amenities including a fitness center, a mail/package area, a community room, laundry, outdoor parking and more.
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