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2012: Measure E

Learn about the 2012 Measure E bond passed by the voters of the El Camino Community College District.

Bond Overview

District voters approved an additional $350 million facilities bond in November 2012.

Completed Projects

Fall 2017

$26 million

Lot F and Lot C added 3,127 parking spaces to the campus for students, employees, and visitors. Lot C includes 1,443 spaces throughout four levels of parking, including roof-top parking. In addition, Lot C features electric vehicle charging stations. Motorists have access to 10 Level 2 EV ChargePoint stations (marked in green). Everyone with a valid parking permit is welcome to use the charging stations, including students, employees, and visitors.


Fall 2019

$35 million

El Camino's newest building brings the services most critical to students together in one central location. Strategically located to create a "front door" to campus along Manhattan Beach Boulevard, students can receive assistance from multiple team members who are cross-trained to provide help in the areas students often have questions or concerns about. One highlight of the new Student Services building is the Warrior Welcome Center on the first floor – a place where students can receive application and registration assistance, access financial aid information, and speak to a counselor, among other services.


Spring 2020

$35 million

El Camino’s gymnasium is the new home court of Warrior Athletics and a modern educational environment for students in a variety of courses. It houses two full instructional and athletic competition areas for basketball, volleyball, and badminton. A multipurpose fitness facility, team locker rooms, faculty offices, and other essential support spaces are also part of the gymnasium.

  • 1960 yearbook: Gym- Intro pages (pg 7 – I think that is the gym?)


Summer 2020

$32.9 million

The college's new Administration Building is a modern 27,000-square-foot structure located along Crenshaw Boulevard on the site of the original administrative offices. The new building houses the Board of Trustees meeting room and offices for various administrators, including the president and vice presidents, as well as the offices for Institutional Research & Planning, the Foundation, and Marketing & Communications.

  • 1952 Yearbook: Administration Building and others on intro pages
  • Sept 11, 1956 Warwhoop first admin blg and “new” building on front page


Spring 2021

$50 million

The Pool/Classroom Complex is an 81,200-square-foot-facility that houses classrooms, offices, and two indoor pools for instructional use and athletic competition for El Camino swim, diving, and water polo teams. The facility also includes the Health Sciences & Athletics Division office.

  • 1956 Yearbook: Pool, student center, music health center // pages 3 -8
  • March 23, 1956 Warwhoop: front page pool photo


Under Construction

Estimated: $22 million

This completely new 43,454-square-foot building will feature classrooms, meeting spaces and faculty offices for American studies, anthropology, child development/education, economics, ethnic studies, history, human development, philosophy, political science, psychology, social justice studies, sociology, and women’s studies.


Estimated: $31 million

Exterior gathering and instruction areas in the Arts Complex are included within the large, shared quad with the Behavioral and Social Science Building. This new 58,450-square-foot building includes 2D and 3D art classrooms, along with sculpture, jewelry design, digital design classes, film/video, photography, and print-making areas. The complex will include the Anthropology Museum, Art Gallery, and staff offices as well.

  • 1953 Yearbook: Construction scene -// pg 1