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All Classes are Meeting as Scheduled
31 July - Monday
- Fall Semester 2017 Tuition Due
04 August - Friday
- Summer Session 2017 Ends
07 August - Monday
- Golf Tournament - Winona
15 August - Tuesday
- Registration - Fall (W)
16 August - Wednesday
- Registration - Fall (RW)
17 August - Thursday
- Faculty Staff Workshop
21 August - Monday
- Fall Semester begins
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 Emilee Agin



MSC Southeast graduate returns to work at hospital where she was once a patient

Emilee Agin is a Health Unit Coordinator (HUC) at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Rochester, working side-by-side with some of the same nurses and doctors who took care of her following a traumatic brain injury.




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