Collaboration Campus to break ground in Castle Rock

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Posted 5/10/18

Education, business and community will come together to create a resource for education and workforce training in Castle Rock. The Arapahoe Community College Castle Rock Collaboration Campus breaks …

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Collaboration Campus to break ground in Castle Rock

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Education, business and community will come together to create a resource for education and workforce training in Castle Rock.

The Arapahoe Community College Castle Rock Collaboration Campus breaks ground May 21 on a 14-acre site in The Meadows, according to a news release from ACC.

"ACC is very excited to expand our presence in Castle Rock to serve the community through this unique educational partnership," Diana Doyle, ACC president, said in the release. "The ACC Castle Rock Collaboration Campus will be a dynamic model for progressive educational delivery at all levels."

The project is a joint venture among ACC, the Town of Castle Rock, the Castle Rock Economic Development Council, Colorado State University and the Douglas County School District.

CSU and Douglas County Schools will work to create a pathway from high school diploma to associate degree to bachelor's degree, the release says.

The two-phase project will consist of two buildings with an estimated opening of phase one in fall 2019. The initial educational offerings will be in business and entrepreneurship, health care, information technology/programming, general education and workforce training.

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