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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Upper Campus - Gage Center

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Gage Center Front Entrance Area - Lot 3

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Gage Center, a 12-story dual high-rise complex constructed in two stages, takes its name from George M. Gage, principal of the then-Second State Normal School at Mankato when it was established in 1868. Gage's "A" tower--that to the east--was completed in 1965. The "B" tower was completed in 1966. In fall of 1994, Mankato State opened Maverick Hall (in the former Gage B Tower), a pilot program intended to enhance first-year students' success in college through integrated learning, living and social experiences on campus.

Departments in Gage Center

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This picture was taken May 14, 2001