Thaddeus Stevens College Transportation Center in Greenfield.
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology has opened its new Transportation Center in Greenfield. The 86,000-square-foot facility at 400 Ben Franklin Boulevard hosts the College’s automotive technology, collision repair technology, and the new diesel technology programs, and can serve up to 300 students.
“Our Greenfield campus offers state-of-the-art facilities, proximity, and amenities our students appreciate,” said Laurie Grove, the College’s Director of Career Services. “This customized learning environment makes our College even more attractive to students as they train for today’s technically advanced jobs that are in great demand.”
Greenfield Architects Ltd. designed the building. The general contractor was High Construction Company. High Concrete Group LLC fabricated the ThinCast™ rainscreen panels used on the Transportation Center’s exterior.
In another Greenfield location, Thaddeus Stevens College provides computer software engineering technology, masonry construction technology, and welding technology programs. As of August 2021, 159 students were enrolled and learning in the 50,000-square-foot facility at 1812 Colonial Village Lane.
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is one of four institutions of higher learning in Greenfield. Central Penn College, Eastern Mennonite University, and Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences also have teaching campuses on-site. Taken together, the total college population in Greenfield is more than 2,000.
About Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology
Thaddeus Stevens College has grown to nearly 1,200 students and 24 high-skill, high-wage technical programs. Its mission is to educate Pennsylvania’s economically and socially disadvantaged as well as other qualified students for skilled employment in a diverse, ever-changing workforce and for full effective participation as citizens. Read more