A Duke University dining hall was given a $2 million renovation over the summer to help it be more accessible to people with disabilities.
The Duke Alumni Association reported Tuesday that the renovation included the addition of a full-size projector, a new bathroom, a small projector and other improvements.
The renovation, which also included adding a new kitchen and a separate conference room, is expected to go into full effect in the fall, according to the association.
In September, the Duke Center for the Arts received a $1.9 million renovation.
The center is a large auditorium and meeting space that seats over 200 people.
In March, Duke University received a nearly $1 million renovation to make the library accessible to the blind and visually impaired.