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Massasoit is excited to formally announce that the college will have a presence in the soon-to-be constructed Department of Unemployment Assistance building at 226 Main Street in downtown Brockton. Lt. Governor Karyn Polito visited the city on May 8 to make the announcement.

Lt. Governor Karyn Polito and Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter unveil the rendering of the project on the historic Ganley Building at 226 Main Street at Brockton City Hall on Thursday May 9, 2019. (Alyssa Stone/The Enterprise)

The project is just one example of how Massasoit is evolving to better serve the needs of the broader Metro South region. More details will follow, but Massasoit is committed to maintaining space in the building and the College is carefully reviewing what programs and services may be a good fit for the location. Check back for more information as the project progresses!

Read more about the announcement in The Enterprise: Massasoit to open office at new unemployment building in downtown Brockton.