Nunez Community College held a groundbreaking ceremony
for construction of the new administration building. The new building will
replace the administration building destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
The ceremony was held on the College’s
campus at 3710 Paris Road in Chalmette on Friday, December 6th. The chancellor of Nunez Community College,
Dr. Thomas R. Warner, was joined by Dr. Joe
May, president of the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS);
Woody Ogé, First Vice Chair of the LCTCS Board of Supervisors; senators A.G.
Crowe (District 1) and Jean-Paul "JP” Morrell (District 3); members of the
Foundation Board of Nunez Community College; and Nunez students,
faculty, staff, and friends.
currently underway, and the building is slated for opening in late 2014.
the celebration was to honor the symbolic birth of "bricks and mortar”, Nunez
Chancellor, Dr. Thomas Warner, said "It’s about the people; what we do with
this building should support our students and our community.”