A new 12-week non-credit program will prepare you for entry-level line work in the electrical or telecommunications industries. The program will include 371 hours of instruction, with 300 of those hours including outdoor hands-on experience in the new training area behind Hartzell Technology Hall.
Eight hundred and forty-six graduates, ranging in age from 18 to 82 received associate degrees, certificates and diplomas at the ceremony.
On May 17, culinary students competed for a place in Emeril's kitchen
Kate Armbruster recognized as an outstanding community college student
Faculty, staff, trustees, and the best community college band in the world
With his homeland in turmoil, Ahmed Awadallah had a hard choice to make