Lehigh Carbon Community College 3D Perspective Campus Map

Lehigh Carbon Community College

Lehigh County Community College was officially established and empowered on March 31, 1966. For the first three semesters, September 1967 to February 1969, classes were held in the Old Lehigh County Court House and its Annex. Additional facilities were made available by the Allentown School District to meet laboratory needs. The move to the Schnecksville campus was completed for the 1969 spring semester. Classes and college offices were housed in the Administration (AD) building. In January 1994, the college officially changed its name to Lehigh Carbon Community College. This name change reflects the college’s service and responsiveness to its Carbon County constituents, as well as Lehigh County.

LCCC became a client of mapformation in April 2011, after being referred to our firm by YouVisit for our 3D perspective (bird’s eye/oblique/pictorial) map design services. Finished artwork was delivered in July 2011.

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