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Tenn. college campus set for fall opening.

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A Clarksville campus of Nashville State Community College is on schedule to open in the fall.

Nashville State's Eileen Crane told The Leaf-Chronicle that renovations on the former Clarksville Saturn dealership began last month.

Construction should be complete by Aug. 15 and classes will begin 12 days later on Aug. 27.

The satellite campus will include six large classrooms, a fully equipped biology lab, a student lounge and a student services office. Nashville State also bought 10 adjoining acres for a future expansion.

The school will provide courses concentrated in remedial and developmental education and also will transfer students to Austin Peay State University.

The college expects between 400 and 800 students to enroll this fall. They will be able to choose from almost 40 courses, with the schedule due to be finalized next week.
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Publication:Community College Week
Date:Apr 16, 2012
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