UMR seeks land, partnerships to make campus a reality
University of Minnesota Rochester has enough space to start building, but campus officials have a few things to figure out before that can happen. "To be able to building something in 2020, we're going to have to have a lot of deep conversations with the developer, potential partners and a design of space that meets everyone's needs, a governance structure for how that is shared, and that's the hard work."
Planning for any building would be at least a three-year process, said Jay Hesley, UMR's chief of staff.
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