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Butler County Community College to bring campus to Brockway

March 26, 2013

Pictured are (from left) Bill O'Brien, vice president for continuing education and off-campus sites at BC3; Dr. Francie Spigelmyer, vice president for academic affairs at BC3; Dr. Nick Neupauer, president of BC3; and Joe Scarnati, Pennsylvania State Senate President Pro Tempore, between some renders of the BC3 @ Brockway site. (Photo by Matthew Triponey/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

BROCKWAY — The staff of Butler County Community College (BC3) visited Brockway Area High School to announce that it will be bringing a campus to Jefferson County in Brockway.

"Butler County Community College was the first community college in Western Pennsylvania, and, therefore, we are the pioneers," said Susan Changnon, director of communications and marketing at BC3, who introduced the speakers for the day. "And so, today, I'm thinking, we're still pioneering."

Read the full story in Wednesday's print edition of The Spirit.

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