Felician College recently held the grand opening of its new Education Commons building on its Rutherford, New Jersey campus. The College was honored to welcome the Lieutenant Governor of the State of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno, as well as the mayor of Rutherford, Joseph De Salvo, to help cut the ribbon. Guadagno addressed the gathering, saying, “Through the GO Bond Act, New Jersey is helping our colleges and universities provide high-quality education and opportunities.” She continued, “Far beyond the simple dollar value, these funds help our schools accomplish great things for our students, providing them the tools they need to change the world.” “The opening of the Education Commons is a milestone in the history of Felician College,” said Dr. Anne Prisco, president. “This technologically-advanced building will afford our students the opportunity to enhance their analytical skills and better prepare them for success in the workplace,” she added. This state-of -the-art, technologically-advanced campus center, funded in part by the New Jersey “Building Our Future” Bond Act, provides a flexible work environment and a full range of technological tools that will advance learning outcomes. Faculty, staff, administrators, students and community leaders all gathered to witness the blessing and ribbon cutting of this new campus center.