Representatives from Augusta Technical College and Augusta University toured the building Thursday.

Don’t be fooled by the wet paint, the Hull McKnight Georgia Cyber Center for Innovation and Training building is set to open in less than a month.

After just over a year of construction, representatives of Augusta Technical College and Augusta University are excited to be moving closer to the days when hundreds of students will be able to learn in the new building.

Augusta Tech president Terry Elam said during a tour of the building Thursday that he expects to have 45 different classes taught there, starting in January. He said those classes are going to be full of students in their second year of the school’s cyber program, which Elam is expecting to grow to over 600 students annually from about 425 right now.

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