Fortis College-Orange Park to Formally Dedicate New Campus at South Blanding Village
WHAT: It’s not every day that a new college campus gets dedicated by a state legislator, but Fortis College in Orange Park will receive that honor. Fortis College recently moved into a new campus on Blanding Boulevard. As part of South Blanding Village’s Annual Easter Event, Florida Senator Rob Bradley will take part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony to formally dedicate the campus.
WHO: In addition to Senator Bradley, invited guests include South Blanding Village officials, employers of Fortis College graduates, and Fortis staff, students and graduates who will look on as Senator Bradley and Fortis College-Orange Park President Wyman Dickey ceremoniously cut the ribbon.
WHEN: 12:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 21, 2015
WHERE: Front Entrance
700 Blanding Boulevard – Suite 16
Orange Park, FL 32065
WHY: Located in a commercial complex, the new campus is a completely retrofitted building that provides students with a modern, fully equipped facility offering more classrooms with ceiling-mounted projectors, two new nursing simulation laboratories, a second Surgical Technology lab with simulated operating rooms, and a dental lab – all with industry-standard technology that graduates likely will use on the job. Designed to provide a series of transformative moments through new surroundings and an enhanced learning environment, the new campus also allows for expansion when the time is right.
Programs offered include Dental Assisting, Medical Assisting, Medical Assisting with Basic X-ray Operation, Medical Billing and Coding, Nursing, Sterile Processing Technician and Surgical Technology. For campus-specific information, call 904-269-7086. For consumer information, visit www.fortis.edu to learn more about Fortis educational opportunities.