Colorado Mesa University is going to be partnering with the McConnell Math and Science Center to benefit kids in the Grand Valley.

Science, Math, and Engineering education are getting a huge boost. The program called STEM is moving into a brand new home.

According to KKCO the John McConnell Math and Science Center is out of space in their current building and Colorado Mesa University is more than happy to help. Looking to move the Math and Science Center onto their campus with a $32.8 million, 87,000 square-foot  computer science, and engineering building will increase the ability to learn.

Teresa Coons with John McConnell says:

"The new building will give us the opportunity to expand our programs, to serve the entire valley better than we can right now,"

With this change, there will be a much greater possibility to expand current programs and camps, and give kids every opportunity to enjoy and learn.