Report 93-12: Proposed Establishment of the Vacaville Higher Education Center of the Solano County Community College District: A Report to the Governor and Legislature in Response to a Request from the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionJune 1993View Full Publication
The Solano County Community College District proposes to construct a permanent educational center in northeast Vacaville on 60 acres of donated land to the east of Interstate Highway 505 and north of Interstate 80 as part of the Interchange Business Park development. For a variety of reasons - among them, the rapid growth of Solano County's population; the availability of donated land for the center; the potential offering of upper-division courses on the site by California State University, Sacramento; the time-consuming factors involved in long-range capital projects such as this; and the meeting by the proposal for the center of all ten of the Commission's criteria for approval -- the Commission offers two recommendations on page 3 of this report:
- The Vacaville Higher Education Center should be approved as an educational center of the Solano County Community College District.
- The Vacaville Higher Education Center should become eligible for State capital outlay funding as of the 1994-95 fiscal year.
Related Topics: Facilities Review
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