Education

Union County College Cuts Ribbon at New Annex Building in Plainfield

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UCC President Margaret M. McMenamin and Freeholder Chairman Bruce Bergen cut the ribbon in Plainfield to celebrate the reopening of the Annex Building.
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CRANFORD, NJ – It was a memorable day at Union County College’s Plainfield Campus when President Margaret M. McMenamin, with Assemblyman Jerry Green and Union County Freeholder Chairman Bruce Bergen, cut the ribbon to celebrate the re-opening of the Annex Building. The new building is home to an Information Commons, library, cafeteria, and book store on the first floor. Faculty offices are located on the second floor.

Also in attendance for the celebration were Plainfield Mayor Adrian Mapp, Union County Freeholders Linda Carter and Bette Jane Kowalski, Union County Improvement Authority Deputy Director Linda Stender, Union County College Board of Trustees Chair Victor Richel, other members of the College’s boards, students, and members of the College’s faculty and staff.

President McMenamin expressed thanks to Assemblyman Green for partnering with the College to, “…ensure that every resident has access to high quality education.” She also thanked the Union County Improvement Authority for their assistance with the completion of the building.

For more information about Union County College, go to www.ucc.edu.

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