Students walk out the Anderson Campus Center on the first day of classes Monday, Aug. 22, 2016, at Central Texas College.

Want a piece of CTC?

Central Texas College  will host a public auction of surplus property on Oct. 29 at its Shipping and Receiving warehouse, Building 153, located near the CTC water tower on the west side of campus. The auction will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Available items include computer equipment, printers, office furniture, gym equipment tables and chairs, electronics, bookshelves and more.

"We have one of these surplus property auctions in both the fall and the spring," spokesman for CTC Bruce Vasbinder said. "We are just trying to eliminate surplus equipment in our storage warehouse so we are able to store more equipment as it comes in."

Vasbinder says there are approximately 40 desks, nearly 80 computers and an estimated 500-plus total items available for the property auction on Oct. 29.

There is no previewing of auction items prior to the auction date. Items will be sold as is and there are no exchanges and no refunds. Payment for items can be made by cash, check or credit card. No items will be held or pre-sold and there will be no previewing of items until the day of the auction.

Vasbinder did say that people would be allowed to purchase items early in the day and pick them up at a time later that day, if, for example, they needed to change vehicles in order to pick up their items.

All purchased items must be removed from the auction site by 5 p.m. that day. All loading and transporting of purchased items are the responsibility of the purchaser. For more information about the auction, call 254-526-1803.

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