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The Scotland Campus Education and Conference Center is located in the education complex on the grounds of the Scotland Campus. The complex will house over 30 classrooms, the library and student common area, a science lab, and an auditorium with over six hundred seats. When operational, the Scotland Campus will be an ideal location for your programming needs.

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The Campus is a picturesque retreat tucked away in the village of Scotland Pennsylvania. It is an ideal location, just minutes off I-81 at the Scotland exit near Chambersburg, and within a short drive from excellent dining and shopping choices. Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington D.C. and major airports are within a short drive from the campus. The Scotland Campus Education and Conference Center: A fresh alternative for educational partnerships. Scheduling has begun, contact us now. Perhaps your organization could collaborate with us in offering your educational services to the community. To explore an opportunity with us, please call 800-493-1714 or send us an email.

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Latest News

FCADC Article

January 23rd, 2013

An Ohio seminary opening a satellite campus in Scotland, Pa., hopes to have 500 students there within five years.

Winebrenner Theological Seminary initially will hire about five people for the campus, which could employ 30 people if enrollment goals are met, according to David B. Newell, director of the Pennsylvania campus.

Winebrenner Theological Seminary is working on a sale agreement with the Pennsylvania Department of General Services for the former Scotland School for Veterans Children.

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From the Herald Mail

January 23rd, 2013

While more discussion must take place between the seminary and the general services, Alloway remains optimistic that the purchase will go through.

“I believe the Winebrenner Seminary would be a great fit for our community. I think this particular use is a good fit, because it mirrors the educational aspect that the school has had,” Alloway said.

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Scotland Campus in Public Opinion

January 23rd, 2013

“The move to the Scotland campus is part of a strategic plan to cement our presence in the Mid-Atlantic region and accomplish goals and objectives in keeping with our overall mission,” said Dr. David Newell, director of the seminary’s Pennsylvania initiative.”We are excited about the opportunity and look forward to a high level of involvement with the community and collaboration with strategic partners in education and business.”

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