2017 Capital Request
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The 2017 special session bonding bill included $119.9 million for the following University of Minnesota requested projects:
- $20.6 million for Higher Education Asset Preservation (HEAPR)
- $28.3 million for the Chemistry and Advanced Materials Science Building
- $66.7 million for the Health Sciences Education Facility
- $4.4 million for the Plant Growth Research Facility
$100 million in state funding
Maximize the effectiveness and life of the University of Minnesota's 29 million square feet of infrastructure. The University allocates HEAPR funding systemwide in four categories: (1) health, safety, and accessibility; (2) building systems; (3) utility infrastructure; and (4) energy efficiency.
$28.3 million in state funding
$14.1 million invested by the University
$42.4 million project total
Construct a 58,000-square-foot building with flexible wet and dry labs to support all STEM programs on the University's Duluth campus. The existing chemistry building serves over 5,500 students, but is almost 70 years old and not designed for chemistry programs.
$69.3 million in state funding
$34.7 million invested by the University
$104 million project total
Create a facility at the University’s Academic Health Center to support interdisciplinary team-based learning and care. With 70 percent of Minnesota’s health professionals educated at the AHC, this facility will advance integrated health care across our state.
$4.6 million in state funding
$2.3 million invested by the University
$6.9 million project total
Build an energy efficient facility to protect the University's rare-plants collection and provide hands-on learning opportunities for Minnesota's future plant geneticists, growers, and agriculture and environmental scientists.
$16 million in state funding
$8 million invested by the University
$24 million project total
Convert obsolete spaces on the Crookston, Duluth, Morris, and Twin Cities campuses into modern spaces to meet today's programming needs and provide new learning opportunities across Minnesota.
$22.9 million in state funding
$11.9 million invested by the University
$34.3 million project total
Renovate obsolete science facilities with modern teaching, learning, and research spaces to serve over 6,000 students studying humanities programs. Pillsbury Hall is one of the Twin Cities campus's oldest and most iconic buildings.
$4 million in state funding
$2 million invested by the University
$6 million project total
Relocate library collections to create new learning and research spaces. These spaces will be equipped with digital media and tools to strengthen teaching and community engagement.