Update: The Longerenong Agricultural College campus manager John Goldsmith has welcomed the funding announcement, saying the funds will complement the college's 21st century programs.
"It's fantastic news. Staff are rapt and no double the students will be too when they return in July," he said.
"The two millions dollars will see the latest technology in the classrooms, new paint, new carpet, new furniture.
"It will complement everything we do at the data farm.
"The college's agribusiness centre hasn't been upgraded since it was first built in 1989."
Mr Goldsmith said the funds are part of a $6 million package shared between Longerenong, Glenormiston and Dookie agricultural colleges originally announced in 2018.
"We've been wanting this upgrade for several years and we have done a lot of work in the background.
"We are shovel ready - everything should be finished by March 2021."
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Earlier: Longerenong Agricultural College students will soon have access to updated classrooms, auditorium, computer laboratory student resource centre following a $2 million funding boost from the Victorian Government.
Minister for Training and Skills and Higher Education Gayle Tierney today visited Longerenong to make the announcement, which will also see the amenities block upgraded to create one multi-function facility.
Ms Tierney said the announcement was a boon for the next generation of farmers and rural workers in western Victoria.
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"We know that getting a great education shouldn't have to mean moving from regional Victoria to the city," Ms Tierney said.
"That's why we're upgrading student facilities at agriculture colleges.
"We're supporting our agriculture industry in western Victoria by growing local jobs and delivering the tools to ensure we continue to lead the country - this is the next step."
More to come