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MSU Requests $11 Million For Campus Projects

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Montana State University is asking the Montana Board of Regents to approve $11 million for multiple campus projects.

First, they would like to upgrade the lightning, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems in the sub ballrooms.

Second, the court at the brick Breeden fieldhouse is in need of repairs.

Third, some money would be used to help fund the new college of engineering building.

"We are seeing needs to address that growth, so that we continue to provide the very best educational experience to our students," said Tracy Ellig, MSU spokesman, "We're also an incredible community resource, so we need to make investments so that we can continue to be a valuable resource."

The funding request is expected to go in front of the Montana Board of Regents for approval on Thursday afternoon.

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