Plans drawn up for Tobruk University campus
By Libya Herald reporter.
Tripoli, 1 August 2016:
Designs for the campus of the new university of Tobruk have been drawn up and published.
The university, which is being hived off from the Beida-based Omar Mukhtar University with campuses in a number of other eastern towns, will have 18 faculties.
The Tobruk campus will cover an area of 182 hectares and will include administrative buildings, a main library, some 288 accommodation units for staff and students, sports fields and gymnasia, a mosque, cafeterias, medical facilities, commercial premises and other facilities.
The campus design is by Fadlallah Abdulhamid Abd-Rabbuh.
Abdulaziz Buhulaiga was appointed dean of the new university last November.