Classes could begin as early as January 2013 at a two-year private community college in McCall.
This morning's McCall Star-News reports that the McCall City Council has given the green light for part of the Park Place Professional Center to be used by McCall College.
Dr. L. Bryan Williams, organizing director of the college, told the Star-News that McCall College plans to start offering professional-technical courses in January 2013, including computer science, creative writing and entrepreneurship. Williams said faculty and administration are currently working as unpaid volunteers, while the college embarks on fundraising and recruiting.
Organizers said in February the economic impact of the college could be more than $3.2 million, coming from fees, room, board and books.