First Phase of St. Paul’s Newman Center to Be Complete By July 2021
The old building was built in 1958
FARGO, N.D. — With a growing Catholic population at North Dakota State University, a nearby church is trying to meet the demand.
St. Paul’s Newman Center was the first religious organization NDSU students could go to off-campus. It opened in 1958 serving about 3,000. It closed last month.
That’s because the church is building a new one which will serve the 28% of Catholic students from the university. It will cost the church about $21.5 million and is expected to be complete by 2021.