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Loxahatchee Groves

15845 Southern Boulevard, Loxahatchee, FL 33470

Palm Beach State College’s newest campus in Loxahatchee Groves opened its doors in 2017. Named in honor of former PBSC president Dr. Dennis P. Gallon, the 75-acre campus provides increased access and convenience for residents of central-western Palm Beach County. 

Today, the campus offers Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees, certificate programs, dual enrollment for high school students, and credit and noncredit courses and workshops. With a focus on health science, business and computer science programs, the campus features cutting-edge laboratories with virtual reality learning technology and an Anatomage Table, the highly advanced 3D anatomy visualization and virtual dissection system for anatomy and physiology education.

In 2020, the campus established the Frank DiMino Center for Medical Innovation, which is enabling the campus to expand its training programs in high-demand health care fields. The campus also houses an exquisite 230-seat lecture hall, which has become a popular venue for hosting community educational programs, events and meetings.

The Julie and John Kime Library Resource Center features personal computer and study spaces, a kiosk for students to access course materials using their PantherCard and a pin number, books, laptops, calculators, iPads and magic leap goggles.  

 

Julie & John Kime Library Ribbon Cutting

The Julie and John Kime Library Resource Center for students and faculty officially opened Nov. 14 during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Palm Beach State College’s Loxahatchee Groves campus. View Ribbon Cutting Ceremony photos

 

Currently under construction at the Loxahatchee Groves building is a high-tech $50 million Dental & Medical Services Technology Building. The four-story, 83,500-square-foot building is part of the Frank DiMino Center for Medical Innovation and will include a fully equipped dental clinic, a surgical technology suite, and science labs that incorporate cutting-edge equipment and technology for students pursuing careers as dental hygienists, dental assistants, surgical technologists and other health care occupations. The building is set to be completed by February 2025 and classes will begin that fall.  Watch the project's progress

 

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