The College of Western Idaho says it is moving forward with plans to open a permanent campus location in Boise.
KTVB-TV reports that new campus will be the community college's first permanent building in Ada County and will enable it to centralize resources for students. The school now leases space at several locations throughout Boise.
The college says the Boise location "will have state-of-the-art technology and modern classroom space to create an environment that fosters innovation, collaboration, and hands-on learning opportunities."
The school's main campus is in Nampa.
The Boise facility will focus on Business, Computer Science, Cybersecurity, and other programs serving the employer community, the college says.
The college acquired the Boise site in 2015 and has hired Ball Ventures Ahlquist to develop the campus.
The projected opening date for the building is Fall 2026.