Johnson College has completed its $4.5 million Capital Campaign that began in 2010. The college exceeded its goal by raising $5.1 million comprehensively over five years. The goal of the Capital Campaign was to fund the construction of a new Health Science and Technology Center. This new campus facility provides 12,600 square feet of new space, two therapy labs, one general science lab, and one 40-seat classroom that every student attending the College will have at least one class in.
The Health Science Technology center provides space for Johnson College’s newest program, the Physical Therapist Assistant program. The first class of Physical Therapist Assistants will graduate in December 2015.
The college celebrated its Capital Campaign donors and this achievement with an event in the Health Sciences Technology Center on June 5, 2014.