Work is underway on a four-point-two million dollar expansion of the Des Moines Area Community College campus in Carroll. Provost, Joel Lundstrom, says the expansion helps meet a need for more classes and space.
He says they will have 45 students taking welding classes throughout the day. The building also gives them more space for other things.
He says the DMACC campus in Carroll has a wide reach.
The school has agreements with the University of Northern Iowa, Buena Vista University and the University of Iowa’s Bachelor of Nursing Program that allows students to start with two years of DMACC classes and then finish with two years at the other schools. The Carroll addition is expected to be completed in August 2021.