DENISON, Texas (KTEN) — Students and staff at Grayson College will see updates to facilities after the approval of a $456.5 million bond in Saturday's election. 

Phase one will include a new health science building, with dirt expected to move in June 2025. On Friday, initial building will be acted on by the board to renovate space for training for chip manufacturing. 

Grayson College President Dr. Jeremy McMillen said enrollment has increased by 8 percent in the last year. 

"You see the growth that is here; a lot of that is driven by the presence of the chips manufacturing industry," he said. "We're excited to partner with our ISDs, who are standing up some programs that will feed into the programs that we're building here at the college. It's providing opportunity and prosperity for our students."