The new facility, dubbed "Spark" will host an MBA cohort and flexible meeting space

Lipscomb University has recently announced plans to open a new campus in Cool Springs, an edge city outside of Nashville.

According to a Lipscomb University press release, the new facility, dubbed "Spark," is set to open in March 2012, and will "offer flexible space and innovative delivery systems for Lipscomb graduate, adult learning and certificate students as well as for corporations and community organizations in the area who are looking for a meeting venue that encourages fresh thinking."

The new campus will also host Lipscomb's "MBA at Cool Springs," which is aimed at working professionals and will meet Monday nights from 5:30-9:30.

For more information about the new campus, please visit the Lipscomb website.

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