The signs at the front entrance of the Winona Campus are being removed in preparation for construction of a more extensive remodel and upgrade to the campus entrance thanks to private philanthropy from an anonymous donor. The four components to the front entrance remodel include:

  • The signage at the main entrance. The six pillars will be replaced with two 45-foot stonewalls, one on each side of the main entrance road.
  • Upgrading the reception booth (guardhouse). It will be closer to the highway and increase in size.
  • The wall surrounding the garbage dumpsters on the west end of the Toner Center. The dumpsters are being hidden behind a new stonewall.
  • Work in the plaza. The plan calls for removing concrete and increasing the amount of grass area to increase student use and for better ecological response.
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