The final sale price of the building is $2.2 million. As part of the sale, HACC will lease a portion of the building for at least five years – at no additional cost. HACC will remain tenants of the building. The College will occupy space on the third floor and retain laboratory space on the second floor of the building.
During the past few months, the College started renovations to better serve the HACC community. These renovations include construction on the third floor and the setup of classrooms and common areas for the fall 2021 semester.
A variety of classes will be offered at the Lebanon Campus this fall. HACC students will continue to have access to various support options, including academic advising, military and veteran services, financial aid, testing and tutoring, and technology support.
Additional information regarding the sale is available in HACC’s online newsroom:
- HACC Explores Options to Sell Lebanon Campus Building
- HACC Provides Financial Information for Lebanon Campus
- HACC Plans to Sell Lebanon Campus Building
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