Ribbon Cutting Held For Re-Opening of Ebensburg CenterPosted October 26, 2020 at 2:30 pm
College officials and members of the Board of Trustees were joined by Senator Wayne Langerholc, Jr. and Amy Bradley, President of the Cambria Regional Chamber, to celebrate the recent renovations and re-opening of the Pennsylvania Highlands Community College Ebensburg Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, October 26th. This event was held along at 881 Hills Plaza Drive, along Route 22 in Ebensburg, PA.
Dr. Steve Nunez, President of Penn Highlands, and Senator Wayne Langerholc, Jr. spoke to those in attendance. Bradley then presented the College with a plaque to mark the occasion.
Renovations at the Pennsylvania Highlands Community College Ebensburg Center include changes that “right-sized” the facility to create a more useable, inclusive workspace better equipped to ensure future success for students. These changes include a new student lounge, a work room for Education students to create their projects, and a new crime scene lab for Criminal Justice students.
This major update also included new outdoor signage, providing a visible and vibrant display to those traveling on Route 22. And, in early 2021, new furnishings are set to be delivered and placed in the facility.
In addition to the ribbon cutting, tours of the updated facility were provided to those in attendance.
Pennsylvania Highlands Community College has been at its current location in Ebensburg on Route 22 since 2004. In total, Penn Highlands has been serving the region since 1994.