Published: September 16, 2009
Thomas Nelson Community College’s (TNCC) Historic Triangle campus in Williamsburg officially opened in July. Join TNCC and community leaders for a grand opening ceremony on September 25 at 2:00 p.m. The new facility sits on nearly 74 acres of land next to Warhill High School at 4601 Opportunity Way.
The ceremony will include remarks from TNCC President Alvin J. Schexnider, Historic Triangle Campus Provost William Travis and a slate of specially invited local, regional and state government officials.
Refreshments will be available and guests can tour the facility after the program. With state-of-the-art academic, administrative, physical plant and student/faculty support facilities, the three-story, 120,000 square-foot building serves the needs of students and the community at large with a full-service bookstore, computer labs, library and more. More than 1,600 students are enrolled at the new campus as of early September and enrollment is projected to increase; the facility can accommodate more than 2,000 students.
Available degree and certificate programs at the campus include but are not limited to: Liberal Arts, Business Administration, Emergency Medical Services, Information Technology, Nursing, Computer Arts, Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology and a new Dental Hygiene Program slated to open in 2010. Continuing education and Workforce Development opportunities are also available for residents of the greater Williamsburg/James City County area at the new Discover Center in New Town.
For more information about the Sept. 25 event, please contact the Office of Public Relations, Marketing and Special Events at 825-2725.
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