WTC 3.11.3 Narrative
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Section 3:  Resources


The institution operates and maintains physical facilities, both on and off campus, that appropriately serve the needs of the institution's educational programs, support services, and mission-related activities.

Partial Compliance


Over the last five years, the face of WTC has changed somewhat with the construction of a new, 75-room dormitory and a baseball-softball sports complex.    In 2004, a building on campus which formerly housed the Christian Student Center was donated to WTC and transformed into a banquet facility and visitor center.   Many of the 35-year-old buildings have been renovated over the last three years to better serve and accommodate the growing student population on campus and at off-campus distance learning sites.    As the College enrollment continues to increase, the physical plant maintenance staff, directed by an outside facilities management firm, continues to step up to the challenge of completing more renovations and repairs to the aging campus and maintaining the newer facilities.   The Learning Resource Center is currently undergoing renovation to include the new Faculty Innovation Center.    Plans for another new dormitory building are being discussed, as well as renovation projects involving the Fine Arts building, Cafeteria and Physical Education building.

Evidence of Support:

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