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New CCTC nearly complete
CCTC - Computers Web
C-I WEB EXTRA: Hundreds of computers, monitors and other equipment arrived on Monday and were in the process of being inventoried and installed during the tour of the new CCTC building. CCTC President Michael Mikota said computers will be a part of every classroom for virtually every course of study offered by the college. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
There was still a lot of work going on Monday -- and more work to be done during the coming weeks -- but Central Carolina Technical College’s (CCTC) new home in Kershaw County, across from where construction of the new Applied Technology Education Campus (ATEC) is underway, will be ready for classes to begin Jan. 16. Several members of Kershaw County Council and the county’s Public Facilities Corporation, which is the entity governing the public funds used to build the new facility, and others got their first look inside the building during a special tour. CCTC President Michael Mikota and Nancy Reading, the school’s program manager for Kershaw County, led the tour of what Kershaw County Administrator Vic Carpenter called one of the biggest projects in the county’s history.