In a region steeped in our nation’s history, Thomas Nelson Community College is proud to make its own history. The new Historic Triangle Campus with 120,000 square-foot building is on nearly 74 acres of land at the Warhill site. The new Historic Triangle campus is located at 4601 Opportunity Way in Williamsburg. The College’s new building was designed by Moseley Architects of Virginia.
Strategically located next to Williamsburg-James City County’s (W-JCC) newest high school at Warhill, the College will work in collaboration with the W-JCC school system to develop programs and other opportunities that will facilitate the transition of high school students to college.
The new campus serves the workforce development needs of the business community and helps individual citizens achieve their educational goals. The Historic Triangle campuses had an enrollment of more than 2,000 students.
Thomas Nelson Community College has developed a new Health Professions division at the Historic Triangle Campus to bolster its ongoing efforts to enhance the College’s Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Health (STEM-H) programs. The new division will encompass all Dental Hygiene, Nursing, Emergency Medical Services, and Phlebotomy programs.
For more information about the new campus or programs to be offered there, please contact Historic Triangle campus administration at 757-253-4300.
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