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The architectural design of the Tedrick Welcome Center showcases large white pillars, arched windows, and red brick accents.

With a $6 million donation, Roger and Sally Tedrick are leaving yet another indelible mark on the Southern Illinois University Carbondale campus. In honor of their donation, a planned new building on campus will be named the Tedrick Welcome Center. The proposed building was presented to the SIU Board of Trustees’ architecture and design committee in April, and approval of its construction will be on the board’s Feb. 8 agenda. Read more on the blog. (This concept art shows what the Tedrick Welcome Center could look like once constructed. Provided by Hafer Architects.)

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