Stage XAmbitious Building Program Changes Face of Campus

Dauphin Hall Dauphin Hall

Dauphin Hall

Construction of Dauphin Hall (which becomes part of the newly named Rose Street Commons student-housing complex) increases on-campus-housing capacity to more than 1,700 students.

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Parkes Automotive Technology Center

The expanded and renovated Parkes Automotive Technology Center features new instructional shops; wall-mounted computer monitors and other enhancements to the instructional environment reflect the industry’s move toward computer diagnostics.

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Hager Lifelong Education Center

Completed renovation work in the Hager Lifelong Education Center includes relocation of the Children’s Learning Center and the early childhood education facilities to spaces formerly occupied by the college library. Science labs were updated, and the physics lab was relocated from the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center.

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Avco-Lycoming Metal Trades Center

The Avco-Lycoming Metal Trades Center expansion/renovation includes improvements to the welding instructional and lab areas to better accommodate advancing technologies.

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Stage X Ceremonies

Formal dedication ceremonies were held in September and October for the $45.27 million Stage X Building Program construction and renovation projects on the main campus of Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Ceremonies marking the official opening of the renovated and expanded Avco-Lycoming Metal Trades Center, Parkes Automotive Technology Center and science labs in the Hager Lifelong Education Center were offered Sept. 10.

On Sept. 12, the new Children's Learning Center and the Early Childhood Education Department, which were moved to the LEC from the Bush Campus Center, were formally dedicated.

A dinner heralding the opening of Dauphin Hall, the college's newest student housing unit, was offered Oct. 8 during Homecoming 2010 festivities. This year's Homecoming theme, “Stage X: Building the Future,” showcased the institution's historic growth.

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