DeVry celebrates renovated space

Officials cut the ribbon December 12 for the completely renovated space for DeVry University  and its Keller Graduate School of Management at 1310 E. 104 th St. Shown (from left) are Rick Chambers, immediate past chair of the South Kansas City Chamber of Commerce; Rohn Benbrook, DeVry center dean; Amy King, DeVry group president; and City Councilman Kevin McManus.

DeVry University and its Keller Graduate School of Management held a ribbon-cutting ceremony December 12 to commemorate its completely renovated space on the first floor of the office building at 1310 E. 104th St.

DeVry had been located on the building’s second floor.

The new space provides approximately 5,600 square feet of space including three classrooms, break out areas for student groups, a student lounge and an academic support center.

“The new open floor plan concept provides a connectedness to the entire campus community – our students, faculty and staff,” said Rohn Benbrook, center dean.  “The open floor plan makes the staff more accessible.” DeVry University offers associate, bachelor and master degree programs online and at its various campuses nationwide.  For more information on the university, its new Kansas City campus or its degree programs, persons may go online to

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