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Campus Facilities
Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) is a public two-year college located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. MCTC enrolls approximately 13,000 students annually and is an active partner in initiatives designed to strengthen the social, economic and cultural vitality of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. 

MCTC owns and maintains nine buildings totaling approximately 1,200,000 square feet across five city blocks, and including the grounds the campus covers 21.6 acres of land. Recent expansions include a state-of-the-art Science Center, Nursing Lab, Student Center, and outdoor Plaza.
Facilities Department
The Facilities Department is the key steward of MCTC’s physical resources and each staff member works to provide a safe, comfortable, and sustainable environment for our students, faculty, staff, and visitors. We plan, design, construct, operate and maintain our buildings and grounds with a commitment to customer service and satisfaction.

As an integral part of the campus community, we strive to carry out our duties with pride and professionalism, and we work to support the college's Mission to provide access to the transformative power of education in a diverse and dynamic downtown environment.
Facilities Management Contact
Roger Broz 
Facilities Director  
James Splett 
Building Maintenance Supervisor 
Rinda Taylor 
Building Services Manager
Bruce Medearis
Building Services Supervisor  

Our Values

  • Treat every member of the college community with courtesy, dignity and respect
  • Create, promote and maintain a safe and healthy campus
  • Be accountable for our actions and be good stewards of our personnel and resources

Assistance and information for faculty and staff

Please visit the Facilities site in MCTC Connect to submit a work order, and for additional information regarding the Facilities Department.    

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