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NCSC and OSU Mansfield receive funding for projects
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  Originally Published on: 7/16/2014

The State Controlling Board will award over $700,000 to North Central State College and the Ohio State University Mansfield Campus for projects. The board approved the release of $676,883 for the renovation of the Health Science Center at North Central State College. The project includes the renovation of classrooms, computer labs and multi-health service labs. A total of $104,220 will be used for OSU Mansfield's Framework Project. The project includes the creation of a new main campus entrance south of the existing entrance, a two-lane roadway and pedestrian right-of-way, safety lighting, emergency communication and signage.

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