Mesa State expansion changes college

Mesa State College President Tim Foster stands inside the new $30 million College Center, which the college hopes to open by November. A $183 million burst of campus construction began in the mid-1990s, when concerns arose that the college might have to move its campus from the heart of Grand Junction. City and civic leaders responded with a fundraising campaign that helped the college purchase $11 million of property for new facilities.



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Mesa State College President Tim Foster stands inside the new $30 million College Center, which the college hopes to open by November. A $183 million burst of campus construction began in the mid-1990s, when concerns arose that the college might have to move its campus from the heart of Grand Junction. City and civic leaders responded with a fundraising campaign that helped the college purchase $11 million of property for new facilities.

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