“As we develop further in the city, our intent is to attract other investments and show that good things are happening here,” Glenn said.
When he became president, Glenn set a goal of graduating 1,500 students within 10 years. He accomplished that goal in just three with one-third of them majoring in the health field.
“Students are coming because of its proximity, convenience, affordability and quality of programs,” he said.
Rep. DiZoglio, who attended Middlesex Community College, said she is supportive of community college education.
“I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for community college,” she said.