St. Cloud State at Plymouth — the University’s graduate center at Rockford Road and U.S. Highway 169 — is hosting a grand opening.
The 4 p.m. March 15 event begins with a 90-minute social and open house. It ends with a 5:30 p.m. program.
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St. Cloud State at Plymouth offers graduate programs in educational administration, applied clinical research, regulatory affairs and services, medical technology quality, business administration and engineering management.
Among the dignitaries expected to attend are Plymouth Mayor Kelli Slavik, Asish Vaidya, interim president, and Dan Gregory, interim provost.
It has five classrooms, two of which can serve as professional-training rooms.
A conference room, breakout rooms, student lounge and additional spaces encourage collaboration and enable technology integration.
The facility opened Jan. 9. It replaces Twin Cities Graduate Center, Maple Grove, which closed after Fall Semester 2016.