Concorde Breaks Ground on New Campus in Grand Prairie

Concorde's administrators break ground at the new Grand Prairie campus.

Our latest news comes straight out of Arlington, Texas as we prepare to provide our students with a brand new campus in a brand new location.  We dedicate ourselves to fully preparing students for success and completely understand this success starts in classrooms and facilities that meet the highest standards and effectively contribute to our student’s education. Throughout the years, our Arlington campus has experienced continuous growth and began to slowly outgrow their location.  A couple of years ago, they had the opportunity to expand into an annex directly across the street from the main campus.  However, Arlington is once again pressed for space.

In order to provide room for possible course additions and make current conditions more conducive for learning, we have secured a new location and are in the early stages of construction on a brand new building.  This new facility will boast 50,000 square feet (that’s almost 15,000 extra square feet!) and be a stand-alone unit built exclusively for us. Approximately 10 miles from the current location, the new facility will have easy access off I-20 and Hwy 360.  Completion is expected in January 2014. Campus President Kimberly Ranft says the students and staff are very excited for Arlington’s next chapter. The staff is looking forward to everyone being back under one roof while the students can’t wait to see what the new building will look like. We are thrilled to be able to offer our Arlington students and staff a new place to grow and succeed!

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