|Culinary students at Montgomery County Community College will soon have a permanent home.
When the Culinary Arts Institute opens, planned for December, all facets of the curriculum will be concentrated at the two-story facility located in the Towamencin Town Square. That’s according to Katina Faulk, the administrative assistant for the business and computer science division for the college.
Faulk said that current culinary students must take their theory classes at the Pottstown campus, then complete their hands-on work at the Central Montco Technical High School in Plymouth Meeting. All of that — including student advising and registration — will eventually shift to the two-story facility on Forty Foot Road, to be built on a vacant lot next to Univest National Bank and across the street from the Walgreen’s, according to Faulk.