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MSU, NCTC break ground on new shared facility

North Central Texas College President Brent Wallace, MSU President Suzanne Shipley and MSU Student Government Association President Shayla Owens (front center) at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new MSU-NCTC campus in Flower Mound. North Central Texas College President Brent Wallace, MSU President Suzanne Shipley and MSU Student Government Association President Shayla Owens (front center) at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new MSU-NCTC campus in Flower Mound.
MSU President Suzanne Shipley, MSU Student Government Association President Shayla Owens, and MSU Student Regent Lindsey Shelley pose with the ceremonial gold shovels at the groundbreaking for the new MSU-NCTC shared campus in Flower Mound. MSU President Suzanne Shipley, MSU Student Government Association President Shayla Owens, and MSU Student Regent Lindsey Shelley pose with the ceremonial gold shovels at the groundbreaking for the new MSU-NCTC shared campus in Flower Mound.
FLOWER MOUND, TX (KAUZ) -

Midwestern State University and North Central Texas College officials were in Flower Mound, Texas, on Tuesday to break ground on their new shared facility.

The facility will be used to offer programs tailored to working adults. The 30,000 square foot building will be home to two science laboratories, a combination laboratory and lecture classrooms.

The new space will be shared by both learning institutions and classes are expected to being in Fall of 2017.  

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