Northwood University Announces Relocation of Cedar Hill, Texas, Campus
Northwood University announced today it is relocating its Texas operations to an existing educational facility formerly occupied by Cedar Valley Community College, a member of the Dallas County Community College District. The new facility, located at 207 North Cannady Drive in Cedar Hill, Texas, will be the new central location for Northwood University’s faculty, staff and academic programs.
“Northwood University has a long history in Cedar Hill, and we are continually looking to meet the needs of our students in the region,” said Keith Pretty, Northwood President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are fortunate to take advantage of an available dedicated educational facility in this vibrant community, and believe it will support our business programs long into the future.”
Northwood University is a specialty business university serving adult students in Cedar Hill through undergraduate education in the Adult Degree Program, and through graduate education at the Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management. Northwood also has a program center at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth to serve area students as well as military members and their families.
The university is enrolling students for the fall 2018 semester. Students can complete courses onsite at the Cedar Hill or Fort Worth campuses in the evening and online. Fall programs start August 27.
An open house and welcome event for community members and media is planned for September. For more information, or to learn more about Northwood University, visit www.northwood.edu.