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Owens dedicates new Arrowhead Park Learning Center

PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP, OH: Area residents along with community leaders and public officials recently were provided the opportunity to receive a firsthand look at Owens Community College’s new Arrowhead Park Learning Center as the academic institution officially opened the doors to the new educational complex in Western Lucas County.

During the festivities, attendees were given the chance to tour the newly renovated facility, as well as learn about Owens’ many educational opportunities. Owens’ new Arrowhead Park Learning Center is located at 1724 Indian Wood Circle in Maumee.

The new Arrowhead Park location will provide an array academic course options for students with aspirations of pursuing their associate’s degree or certificate from Owens. Academic courses available to students during the current Spring Semester include accounting, astronomy, business, climate and weather, economics, English, government, health science, humanities, information systems, leadership, marketing and sales, mathematics, office administration, psychology, sociology, Spanish, and speech.

Additionally, the Arrowhead Park Learning Center serves as the new home to the College’s Workforce and Community Services.

Owens’ Workforce and Community Services is dedicated to providing customer-driven workforce development, job training and continuing education for business, industry and area residents throughout Northwest Ohio. Workforce and Community Services’ learning-centered approach focuses on developing and enhancing professional skills to meet the needs of the community, customizing academic curriculum in the areas of
professional development, computer and software applications, health and fitness, artful living, personal development, real estate, children’s programming, and apprenticeship-related training and skilled trades.

Designed by the firm The Collaborative Inc. in Toledo, the exterior of the building features a tan color over the existing single-story masonry structure as well as a signature Owens logo atop the complex’s main entrance. Program Solutions Group LLC in Perrysburg served as the project manager.

In addition to offering higher education on its Toledo-area and Findlay-area campuses, Owens within the last two years has expanded its access to educational opportunities within Northwest Ohio through the creation of new on-site academic and support services at The Source, Lucas County’s One-Stop Employment Center in downtown Toledo.





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