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August 26th, 2004
Students begin fall semester at Dakota County colleges
College students in Dakota County are out in increasing numbers to achieve their educational goals. As students get settled during their first week of classes, some might notice a number of facilities projects have taken place at DCTC over the summer. A major addition is the new science lab where students will take classes in biology, anatomy and physiology and the new nanotechnology program.
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