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Transportation Center Open House

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Auto BodyJoin Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical for an open house of the state-of-the-art Transportation Center. In addition to providing top of the line equipment for students to learn on, this brand new 25,000 square foot facility has helped the college cut operating costs.  In addition, students in the CNC, Welding, Carpentry and Industrial Technology programs are now back on the main campus, allowing them to more readily access student services and learning resources.

There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony, short program and tours.

Transportation Center Open House

Sunday, March 24, 2013
1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
1250 Homer Road
Winona, MN

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