Report 92-31: Proposed Construction of the Lompoc Valley Center in the Allan Hancock Joint Community College District: A Report to the Governor and Legislature in Response to a Request from the Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionDecember 1992View Full Publication
The Allan Hancock Joint Community College District proposes establishing a permanent educational center in the Lompoc area of Santa Barbara County, primarily to consolidate its current outreach operations in the area but also to accommodate anticipated enrollment growth in the area over the next 10 to 15 years. The 155 acre site on which the center is to be located has been owned by the City of Lompoc through a donation by the United States Army and the city has agreed to turn it over to the Allan Hancock District following the Commission's approval of the district's proposal for the center. The Commission has concluded that the proposal satisfies each of its ten criteria for approval, and thus it offers two recommendations in the report;
- The Lompoc Valley Center should be approved as an education center of the Allan Hancock Joint Community College District.
- The Lompoc Valley Center should become eligible for State capital outlay funding as of the 1993-94 fiscal year.
Related Topics: Facilities Review
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