The District is proposing a two-phased construction program for the Campus. The new campus would provide core academic courses such as math, science and writing that allow students to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. The campus would also provide job training specifically tailored to give students the skills to compete for current jobs that are in demand in the San Gorgonio Pass area. Job training programs would focus on healthcare, business administration, law enforcement, criminal justice and computer technology. The Campus would employ ~150 to 200 staff at full build-out, including professors, administration, and other staff members. It is anticipated that ~5,000 students may be enrolled at full build-out. Daytime classes typically would be scheduled between 8am and 2pm, and nighttime classes between 5pm and 10pm. The Campus would consist of low profile (one and two-story structures) classroom and administration buildings, and staff, student, and visitor parking facilities. As is typical with other college campuses, the Campus would have paved pedestrian paths and landscaped areas. Conceptually, buildings on the Campus are planned to total ~250,000 gross sf of laboratory, lecture, and other space including physical fitness facilities, library, and miscellaneous administrative office and support space. The total parking provided would be 2,203 spaces. Full build-out of the San Gorgonio Pass Campus is anticipated to be completed by the year 2050.
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