The initial class offerings focused on academic courses that would transfer and count toward a baccalaureate degree. Welch, however, saw the need to offer career-oriented programs that would prepare students for immediate entry into the workforce and began to add programs such as vocational nursing and welding. This mix of academic and career-oriented programs defines the campus mission to this day. The campus attracted more students and enrollment grew to over 800 students by 1979.
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