PJC sets open house for new math and science building
The ribbon cutting is set for 10 a.m., and the building will be open until 6 p.m. for visitors to come by and take a look.
“We want everybody in the county to see it because it is spectacular,” said Dr. Pam Anglin, PJC’s president.
The building has two lecture halls with room for 60 students each – or should the need arise, a dividing wall can be moved for room for 120 people. All classrooms will have projectors and screens and current technology. Students will likely appreciate the planned wi-fi access throughout.
PJC has made a concerted effort to make the new building mesh with the rest of the campus. All the big trees out front were saved, and the facade features a great deal of glass and brick to match surrounding buildings. The project also included a wider driveway and expanded parking lot.