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New digs for Cascade Campus faculty and ROOTS Program

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Thanks to the bond approved by voters in 2008, faculty at Cascade Campus have new office space on the third floor of the Student Services Building.

Sarah Dykes, interim advisor for ROOTS Program, talks to an open house visitor.

The first building improvements at Cascade Campus were on display at a campus-hosted open house January 21, where PCC faculty, students and staff could tour the extensive remodeling completed last fall.

The new “east wing” houses the offices of the Allied Health, Emergency and Legal Services Division including Medical Assisting and Health Information Management instructors, along with all full-time and most part-time Mathematics instructors.  The “west wing” includes space for PCC’s recently funded ROOTS program.

PCC Cascade Campus hosts an open house on January 21 for faculty, staff and students to tour remodeled third floor of Student Services Building.

For more information about bond-supported master planning activities and capital improvements at Cascade Campus, contact Rebecca Ocken, Project Manager for PCC Cascade Campus (971-977-8463)

About Christine Egan

Christine Egan is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer and has a graduate degree in land use and environmental planning. Prior to her Peace Corps service in the Dominican Republic, she lived in Washington DC serving as a legislative advisor to ... more »

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