Founded in 1970, the Westmoreland County Community College in an 80-acre rural campus comprising four buildings.
Founders Hall, Commissioners Hall and Science Hall house general classrooms, science laboratories, computer and desktop publishing laboratories, multimedia technology laboratory, culinary arts laboratory with dining facility, dental hygiene clinic, greenhouse, theater, art gallery, library, Student Services, Learning Assistance Center, Campus Children's Center, bookstore, student lounges, cafeteria, gymnasium, racquetball courts, fitness center, and indoor running track.
The Business and Industry Center contains classrooms, laboratories, offices and training facilities for area employers.
In addition, there are athletic fields for baseball, softball and other sporting activities.
The college offers its 6,000 students 62 associate degree, 12 diploma, and 38 certificate programs with options that prepare students for careers or transfer to baccalaureate degree programs at four-year institutions.
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Free, on-site parking is available.