Central Michigan University and Mid-Michigan Community College Received Grants

Central Michigan University was awarded a state grant worth $30 million for their proposed bioscience building which costs $89.5 million. According to their Vice President for Development and External Affairs, Kathy Wilbur, the remaining $60 million is the university's responsibility , and will be raised through private donations and university investments.


Meanwhile, Mid-Michigan Community College was awarded with an $8.9 million grant which will be used for campus unification.

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