The following is a partial list of future projects along with descriptions, renderings and photos. These are either in the design phase or on the drawing board for the near future. Some projects (as noted) will be financed through Measure RR funding, while the other projects will be financed by future bond and state funding.
87,000-sf complex would provide much-needed consolidation of business administration, accounting, management, computer information systems, office technology, and family/consumer sciences instructional programs. The two-building complex would include state-of-the-art technology that supports current teaching methods, including increased use of laboratory-based learning environments as opposed to traditional lecture classrooms.
Estimated cost: $46M (50% from state bond)
10,000-sf complex includes a state-of-the-art fire-fighting training facility and classroom/administration building that meets state, environmental laws, fire service training needs, and local storm water requirements. Facility eliminates need for leasing space from other institutions to train fire technology/firefighter students.
Estimated cost: $10M
217,000-sf facility would consolidate all the services of the campus Library/Learning Resource Center, Student Life Center and Campus Center into one permanent complex and free up other facility space for needed classrooms. Facility would function similarly to a university Student Union building, housing student life activities, food service and concessions, and campus bookstore.
Estimated cost: $150M (approx. $79M from state bond)