Report 94-8: Breaking Camp -- Building a Campus: The Commission's Analysis of the Proposal to Create California State University, Monterey Bay, at Fort Ord
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionJune 1994View Full Publication
Through a decision by the Base Closure Commission and the President of the United States, Fort Ord in Monterey County has been scheduled for virtual closure during Fall 1995. As a result of this decision, the California State University has been presented with a unique opportunity: the ceding of 1,286 acres of land and facilities has been estimated at approximately $1 billion - an amount that will probably be supplemented by additional funding for upgrading, conversion, and renovation. The Trustees have designated the new institution as "California State University, Monterey Bay" . . . . The Commission adopted this report at its meeting on June 6, 1994, on recommendation of its Educational Policy and Programs Committee.
Related Topics: Facilities Review
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