Years of progress at CSM
Here are some of the expansions and improvements at the College of Southern Maryland under President Bradley Gottfried.
CSM celebrates its 50th anniversary. CSM Foundation receives its largest gift in CSM history: a $1 million donation from Dr. Francis P. Chiaramonte. The Science and Technology Building is reopened after a state-of-the-art renovation.
The CSM Foundation completes its first major fund raising campaign, raising $7.7 million. CSM opens the Center for Trades and Energy Training in Waldorf for workforce training programs.
The Leonardtown campus opens its new Wellness and Aquatics Center. The Center for Nuclear Energy Training also opens in Prince Frederick.
CSM breaks ground on La Plata campus’ business building renovation.
CSM breaks ground for second building on Prince Frederick campus and opens the La Plata campus’ business building.
The Prince Frederick campus dedicates its first building to meet LEED-certified standards. CSM breaks ground for the Community Education Building renovation on La Plata campus.
CSM opens the La Plata campus’ Community Education Building and purchases land in Hughesville for the new regional campus.
CSM celebrates the groundbreaking of the new regional Hughesville campus and its first building, the Center for Trades and Energy Training.
Kickoff of IMPACT campaign; $1 million donation from Marianne Harms for the John E. Harms Academic Center on the Prince Frederick campus.
The new Center for Trades and Energy Training opens on the regional Hughesville campus.