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Colorado State University to Expand Veterinary Campus

The Colorado State University Board of Governors approved the addition of a 12,150 square foot facility to the veterinary campus this week, as reported by The Coloradoan.  The South Campus Animal Research Facility project will house animals under the care of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, the Pre-Surgical Research Laboratory, the Animal Cancer Center, and the Translational Medicine Institute.

The project will require $6 million to $8 million in funding, and will take about 15 months of construction to complete.

Colorado State now joins Cornell, UC Davis, Purdue, the University of Georgia, and a number of other vet schools that have renovated or announced plans to upgrade their veterinary facilities in the past few years.

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