WINONA, Minn. (KTTC)-- Students at Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical College in Winona now have a brand-new state-of-art transportation center to take advantage of.
This afternoon the college hosted a ribbon cutting at the 38-thousand square foot building that now houses the truck driving, auto body collision and automotive technology programs.
All these programs were previously put on at the airport campus, but the new facility brings students to the main campus where they can more easily access student services and learning resources.
In addition to providing top of the line equipment for students to learn on the facility will also help to cut the college operating costs.
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