Community college buys building in downtown Columbus, Ohio

Jan. 28, 2011
Enrollment jump at Columbus State Community College creates need for more space

From The Columbus Dispatch: Columbus State Community College has spent $550,000 for a building in downtown Columbus, Ohio, to provide badly needed office and parking space. College officials have not yet decided what to do with the site, ; it is less than a half-acre and includes a 2,786-square-foot commercial building and about 30 parking spots. This school year, Columbus State has its largest student body in the school's history, with about 30,300 people enrolled. Enrollment has jumped by 25 percent in two years.

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