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Governor Helps Break Ground on New ISELF Building [AUDIO]

Jim Maurice

ST. CLOUD – Governor Mark Dayton helped break ground today (Thursday) on a new $45 million building at St. Cloud State University.

The money for the new Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility comes from the bonding bill that was passed by the State Legislature and signed by the Governor during the special session this summer.

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The ISELF building is the largest construction project ever for any campus in the MnSCU system.

Jim Maurice

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