Authorities at the Grand Gedeh County Community College (GGCCC) have disclosed plans to relocate the college to its new campus by next semester, which begins in March 2016.
Mr. Sao Gaye, head of public relations at GGCCC, said construction work at the college’s new site at the eastern outskirts of Zwedru is nearing completion.
He said three of the four erected structures are now at the finishing stages, a situation which he said has excited students who the GGCCC administration has cleared for enrolment.
The relocation process from the college’s Zwedru Multilateral High School campus to its own site will be gradual, according to Mr. Gaye,
He said only the GGCCC faculty offices and one of the five departments will remain at Zwedru Multilateral.
Mr. Gaye said the gradual relocation is to alleviate constraints such as inadequate student seating capacity, which is presently the case as the college currently runs her programs in six classrooms at the Zwedru Multilateral High School.
“Each of the buildings at the new site has three classrooms, so the relocation process will obviously ease the burden of inadequate space in classrooms.” Mr. Gaye said.
The GGCCC began academic activities in February 2013 at the Multilateral High School campus.
The college runs five departments including the Agriculture and Forestry, Business and Public Administration, Education, Health Sciences, and Science and Technology.
Apart from that, Gaye said the college is doing career counseling for youth groups from other schools to propel young people to further their studies at the college.