NW-SCC announces building expansion plans for Phil Campbell campus, seeks public input

Northwest-Shoals Community College will announce building/capital improvement plans and gather feedback from the public Monday, May 8, at 6:00 p.m. in building 305 (SUB Addition) on the Phil Campbell campus.

The town hall style meeting will be led by NW-SCC President Dr. Jeff Goodwin and include comments from Alabama House Representative for District 18 Jamie Kiel.

“The Phil Campbell campus is where public junior colleges started in our state,” Goodwin said. “As we celebrate the Alabama Community College System’s 60th Anniversary Jubilee this year, it is the perfect time to show the public how we plan to enhance the infrastructure and give the campus an overall facelift.”

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