Somerset Center moves to new Facility based on GrowthPosted August 10, 2016 at 11:35 am
The Pennsylvania Highlands Community College Somerset Center has called the Georgian Place home since January of 2012. In recent years, the College has seen significant growth and, as a result, was in need of a new facility with additional space to expand its course offerings to those in Somerset and the surrounding communities.
This fall, Penn Highlands Somerset will be holding its classes in the newly renamed Somerset County Education Center at 6024 Glades Pike in Somerset. This facility was formerly known as the Allegany College of Maryland Somerset County Campus before it became open to any institution of higher learning.
Penn Highlands Somerset will house two classrooms (with one designed for distance instruction and learning), a computer lab, a science lab, a testing room, a faculty work room, and a staff suite. This will allow the College to offer degrees in Accounting, Business Management, Criminal Justice, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Psychology, and Technology Management. With the College’s move into this location, the community will begin to see program expansion and more academic paths to choose from in the coming months.
“The importance of providing additional opportunities to the Somerset area has been an ongoing discussion within Penn Highlands. This move was only natural and serves to provide extensive educational options to local residents,” stated Dr. Walter Asonevich, President of Pennsylvania Highlands Community College.