SE-Tech Funds

Minnesota State College--Southeast Technical plans to make good use this summer of the $1,700,000 it received from the state legislature's 2014 bonding bill.
Retiring President Jim Johnson said the funds will be split evenly between the Winona and Red Wing campuses.

The Winona campus will have its medical technology lab upgraded and the Red Wing campus will see four classrooms renovated for general use.

Johnson told a Winona Radio audience the work will mean state-of-the-art classrooms on both campuses.

Johnson said the local medical technition program has been using borrowed equipment since it was first established two years ago.

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