Finlandia University Campus Items and Equipment Up for Auction

HANCOCK, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Finlandia University in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is closing its doors, and it is auctioning more than 500 items.

The items include computers, furniture, and the university’s mascot costume.

The auction is split into two parts. The first part is focused on vehicles and maintenance equipment. The second auction features jerseys and items from the dorms.

There will be preview hours on Tuesday and Wednesday where parties can view items from the first auction.
The second auction has not yet been opened.

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The catalog can be viewed here.

Unlike the items being sold in the auctions, the real estate properties on campus are now available for purchase.

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