It has been great to be a part of this transformative library/learning commons project – and we are all excited about it opening!
Students returning to Corning Community College after winter break Tuesday got their first peek at the newly-renovated and expanded Arthur Houghton Library. The college broke ground last April on an $11.3 million project to build an 8,600-square-foot addition on the front of the library, as well as updating equipment and making better use of existing space. The library opened Tuesday, the first day back for students starting the spring semester. Click here to read more of the Star-Gazette article and see some photos of the new space.