Located in Salisbury, on Maryland’s beautiful eastern shore, and serving Worcester, Wicomico and Somerset counties, is Wor-Wic Community College. Wor-Wic Community College was founded in June of 1975, when the State Board for Community Colleges gave the thumbs-up to creating a postsecondary vocational and technical community college for Worcester and Wicomico county residents. This two-year community college has grown considerably over the years and currently enrolls over 11,000 students annually in an average of 2,000 different classes. Wor-Wic students may choose to study at the over 200-acre main campus in Salisbury, or in various locations scattered throughout the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. Main campus highlights include Henson Hall home of the nursing and radiologic technology programs, Guerrieri Hall home of the criminal justice department and Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy, the Student Center, the Jordan Center with child care facilities and classroom space for human services students, and the Workforce Development Center home to the continuing education and workforce development division, business department and the hotel-motel-restaurant management department.