2024 Bond Measure Feasibility Information

As the cost of attending the University of California and State University systems has become so expensive, more students are starting their education at community colleges. Palomar College ensures that lower, middle-income students who can’t afford the high price of a university still have the opportunity to succeed. Nearly one-quarter of all local high school graduates rely on Palomar College for higher education and to prepare for future careers. Many of our students are the first in their families to attend college.

These educational experiences are best provided in state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms. As we train the workforce of the future, it is essential to have learning environments designed to provide the highest desirable outcome. In preparation to serve the future generations of students, PCCD recently issued its Vision 2035 Education and Facilities Plan and is currently conducting its due diligence to determine the likelihood of taxpayer support for a new general obligation bond. This includes the identification of how to create a measure consistent with community priorities, and to gather information needed for communications and outreach. Please view our Preparing for the Future Factsheet for specific information.

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