Park University Celebrates Expansion, Grand Opening of New Campus Center in El Paso

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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Park University, which already proudly serves 1,990 students pursuing their higher education dreams at Fort Bliss, will announce its expansion in the El Paso community with a grand opening/ribbon-cutting on Friday, Dec. 5, at 3 p.m., at the University’s newest campus center location at 1330 Adabel Drive on the east side of El Paso along the I-10 corridor.  A reception will immediately follow the ceremony, which is open to the public.

Park University has enjoyed an educational partnership with Fort Bliss since 1975, and is expanding opportunities in El Paso by increasing program offerings at the graduate and undergraduate level for students in the area. Classes are scheduled to begin with the University's Spring 2015 semester, which begins Jan. 12. The expansion will introduce face-to-face degree offerings, including a Master of Business Administration degree and the following undergraduate offerings not available at the University’s Fort Bliss Campus Center:

Bachelor of Arts
          •  Psychology
          •  Sociology

Bachelor of Science
          •  Accounting
          •  Business Administration
          •  Geography
          •  Interdisciplinary Studies
          •  Military History
          •  Nursing completion (online)

Associate of Science
          •  Criminal Justice Administration

“The University has a long history in El Paso, serving military service members and community residents at Fort Bliss for the last 40 years,” said Park President David Fowler. “We are pleased at the opportunity to expand degree offerings at both the undergraduate and graduate level for students searching for an affordable, accessible and quality education experience.”

“I want to congratulate Park University on their east side expansion, which will allow for additional programming both at the graduate and undergraduate levels,” said El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser. “Park has provided an education option for nearly 7,000 alumni and current students since opening their teaching facility on Fort Bliss in 1975.”

For more information about the grand opening, contact Anna Whitehead, associate director of academic affairs at the University’s Fort Bliss Campus Center, at, or visit