Over the next 20 years, Fullerton College will roll out comprehensive construction and renovation projects thanks to Measure J, a voter-approved bond from the November 2014 election. The initial priority projects include a parking structure; a Lab School (childcare center) and a horticulture building. Additional plans include among others, a Welcome Center, which will house student/veteran services, a classroom building, a performing arts center and final renovations to the classroom buildings that were not included in the previous bond, Measure X.
Formally called the Fullerton/Cypress Colleges Repair and Student/Veteran Job Training Measure, Measure J generates $574 million for facility improvements, upgrades, and repairs at North Orange County Community College District schools which also include Cypress College and the School of Continuing Education. Visit the NOCCCD Measure J website for district-wide information.
Following the passage of Measure J, Fullerton College is now embarking on a comprehensive planning process that will determine the location and sequencing of building and renovation projects on its campus. As an initial step in this planning, the college is seeking input from the campus community and the community at-large at a series of open forums. The first forums were held in the spring of 2015. In October, architects will present findings and recommendations from the previous open forums. Guests will have an opportunity to ask questions and share their input about proposed building locations and the sequencing of projects.