Flat Rock, North Carolina 28731-4728
Blue Ridge Community College occupies facilities on a 140-acre campus. The Flat Rock campus is located on College Drive, which connects Airport Road and Allen Road, two and a half miles southeast of Hendersonville, Henderson County, North Carolina. A ten-building complex provides 305,595 square feet of floor space, divided into shop and laboratory space, classrooms, library, learning center, office and reception space, and student lounge area. The College opened the David W. Sink, Jr. Building in 1997. It houses all allied health programs, the Cosmetology program, the Early Childhood Associate program and its accompanying Child Development Center. The south wing of the building contains a 405-seat auditorium.
The Transylvania Center in Brevard houses curriculum and continuing education classes. Situated near the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina at an altitude of 2,140 feet, the College is easily accessible via Interstate 26, Highways 64, 25, 191, and 176. Commercial air service is provided by several major airlines which serve the Asheville Regional Airport located twelve miles north of Hendersonville. The College's location between the metropolitan areas of Asheville, North Carolina, and GreenvilleSpartanburg, South Carolina, place it near the center of a rapid growth area in southwestern North Carolina. This location is also near several summer resort developments which include Flat Rock, the Pisgah National Forest, Brevard, the Bat Cave-Chimney Rock area, and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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