vanpelt 022817CHICAGO –– The University of Illinois Chicago College of Medicine is getting a long-overdue capital grant of $3.35 million for building upgrades, State Senator Patricia Van Pelt announced Friday.

“This investment will repair and improve the historic College of Medicine facilities to keep the campus in good condition for its students, faculty and visitors,” said Van Pelt. “Higher education capital funding was ignored by the governor for far too long while he delayed a state budget, and my efforts to provide these resources to address capital needs are now bearing fruit for UIC.”

 

The grant will fund masonry repairs and window replacement. Deteriorating masonry on the façade of the Clinical Sciences North Building was stabilized for safety several years ago, but this funding will allow UIC to complete the necessary repair project.

 “This campus boasts excellent education, research and patient care and it is high time the state pitch in to keep the campus infrastructure in good condition,” said Van Pelt.

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