The main campus of Lehigh Carbon Community College is located on a beautiful 153-acre campus in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania, about ten miles north of the greater Allentown area. The main campus includes the following facilities:
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- Student Services Center
The Student Services Center houses administrative and student services offices, a number of specialized business and office technology classrooms and the Student Union.
- Science Hall
Science Hall contains numerous classrooms and science laboratories and School of Healthcare Sciences and School of Mathematics and Science. The office for Veterans Affairs and the Veterans Lounge are also in Science Hall. The Dr. C. Eugene Wilson Educational Support Center in Science Hall provides learning assistance and disability support services for a variety of needs and subject areas.
- Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center is home to the School of Business and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the ESL lab. The Business Enterprise Center is also located on the first floor of the ARC. Students have convenient access to the cafeteria, bookstore and game room, as well as the Cougar Cafe and TV lounge.
- Technology Center
Classes were first held in the Technology Center in Spring 2004. The 50,000 sq. ft. center houses state-of-the-art equipment, laboratories and instructional areas for students enrolled in the college's technology-focused courses. Offices for the School of Computer Science and the Arts and the School of Technology are located here.
- Lisa Jane Scheller Community Services Center
The college’s newest building (built in 2010) houses the programs for Public Safety and Criminal Justice, as well as the Center for Workforce and Community Education, music and art rooms and a full conference center facility. In November 2014, the building was renamed the Lisa Jane Scheller Community Services Center.
- Rothrock Library
The $5 million library includes wireless laptop Internet service; 52 computer workstations; learning pods; seven collaborative work rooms (each containing a computer, monitor, whiteboard, and seating); a high-tech classroom (with a built-in presentation software system and student desks with flip-up computer screens); media resources room (containing instructional DVDs on a variety of subjects); television lounge; and café. The building also houses the Alumni Conference Center, featuring the most sophisticated, high-tech audio-visual presentation system on campus.
- Fowler Education Center
A nationally recognized teacher education model, the $1.6 million LCCC Fowler Education Center includes a community room, fine arts studio, Air Products open-air outdoor classroom, Pencor Services Inc. Culinary Arts Cove, research/resource teacher education laboratory, The Arcadia Foundation Performing Arts Studio, Teacher Education Department office suite and symposium room, adjunct resource office suite, an Education SMART Seminar classroom and student lounge.
This building houses, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration training equipment.
- John G. Berrier Hall
Named for the founding president and president emeritus of the college, the building includes an auditorium, gymnasium, fitness center, and specialized physical education and recreational facilities. The Offices of Student Life and Athletics are also located here.
- Early Learning Center
The Early Learning Center provides a safe, stimulating and developmentally appropriate environment for young children. It is licensed by the Department of Public Welfare and serves as a lab site for the Teacher Education program.
- WXLV Broadcast/Recording Studios
This building is located in the southeast part of campus and includes a sound/recording studio for students in the music and sound production program, and houses WXLV, part of the iHeart radio network.
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The main campus of Lehigh Carbon Community College is located on a beautiful 153-acre campus in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania, about ten miles north of the greater Allentown area.