DULUTH - Minnesota's Governor traveled to Duluth Friday in an effort to reach out to college students.
Students sat down with Gov. Mark Dayton for a conversation about the state's future.
Students brought up questions about everything from scholarships to student loans and tuition costs to healthcare and the PolyMet mine.
Dayton said student forums like these are important to have.
"They're a tremendous source of ideas. I'm so impressed with the caliber of students and the sophistication of the questions; their in–depth knowledge of the subject matter," said Dayton.
Earlier in the day, Gov. Dayton met with Duluth Mayor Don Ness for lunch.