By moving its Northern Kentucky campus from Newport to Bellevue, Daymar College has set its sights high. Students and staff will now enjoy a panoramic view of the riverfront from the Harbor Greene building’s fourth floor. The Fairfield Ave. location offers the technical college 27,231 sq. ft., larger classrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
On Sept. 26, Daymar hosted an Open House for its new community.
“We are very excited to show off our beautiful campus to the public. We’ve been in the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati community for four years, and our new facility shows how committed we are to growing and being a part of this area,” said Jeunet Davenport, Campus Director. “The new campus really provides a warm, friendly, nurturing environment that students will really appreciate.”
Davenport expects an enrollment of 400 students in its day and evening classes this year. Daymar’s Bellevue campus comfortably accommodates these, with room for expansion. The sleek, modern look of Harbor Greene draws students in while the Urban Active Fitness center on the building’s second and third floors add an energetic vibe.
Royce Pulliam is partner in P&P Real Estate, which manages Harbor Greene. “We feel that Daymar is a perfect fit and a great co-tenancy for our mixed-use development.”
Daymar College’s Kentucky roots date to its 1963 inception as Owensboro Business College. It has now expanded to 11 locations in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. Programs include diplomas and associate degrees in healthcare, criminal justice, business, and web design.
Writer: Elena Stevenson
Source: Jeunet Davenport, Campus Director, Daymar College of Bellevue; Daymar College press release, www.daymarcollege.edu