MEADVILLE — Edinboro University’s Crawford County branch is set to begin the spring semester on January 28 as one of the anchors in the multi-million dollar Meadville Impact project along Market Street.
At the end of the winter break, Edinboro University in Meadville, the Joseph T. Buba Center, will welcome Continuing Education students and those enrolling in the new Associate of Applied Science degree program. Edinboro’s branch campus had been temporarily situated in Parkside Commons after moving from the Bessemer location it occupied for several years.
Now located at 890 Market St., anchoring the north end of Kepler Commons, the Buba Center begins the spring semester with five Continuing Education courses in the areas of Communications, English, Mathematics, Physics & Technology, and Business & Economics, as well as offering the new Associate of Applied Science in Applied Technology degree.
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