Purdue Polytechnic Anderson and the Flagship Enterprise Center will celebrate the future of higher education in the region on Tuesday (Sept. 15) during a groundbreaking for Purdue Polytechnic Anderson’s headquarters.
The two entities will build a new campus and makerspace on the former GM Plant 3 property at 2900 W. Scatterfield Road in Anderson. The groundbreaking is the next step in a process that has taken more than a year of planning and development.
"We are extremely excited about what this new space means for our students. It will provide them with the labs needed for our engineering technology and computer technology degrees. We pride ourselves on learning by doing, and the new Plant 3 facility will allow us to fulfill our new Polytechnic mission," said Corey Sharp, director of Purdue Polytechnic Anderson.
Read the full Purdue University news release.