As Oklahoma City Community College's Capitol Hill Center moves into its third temporary location in 12 years, college officials say its next move will be into a permanent facility.
The center recently moved into a temporary location on the second floor of Capitol Hill United Methodist Church. The college is renovating a building a few blocks away, on the corner of SW 25 and Hudson Avenue.
Sergio Gallegos, the center's coordinator, said he expects the permanent location will be ready in three years. Until then, he said, the temporary location allows the college to maintain a presence in the Capitol Hill district.
The college established the center in 2000 with grants from the U.S. Department of Education and Southwestern Bell Communications.