Community support of two facilities bonds helped transform our campus.
Watch us grow. Community support of two facilities bonds helped transform our campus.
In 2002 and 2012, the community supported El Camino and its students by approving two first-of-their-kind facility bond measures totaling $744 million.
With this support, the college boldly entered the new century with an ambitious building plan that would drastically modernize and change the look of the campus.
In 2000, El Camino College’s buildings covered 1.1 million square feet, built at a cost of $28 million. All 27 structures were completed without any bonded indebtedness to the district. Since then, the campus has transformed into a modern educational environment with numerous safety and technology upgrades, along with entirely new academic facilities – all designed to ensure the success of students.
In November 2002, El Camino Community College District voters approved a $394 million facilities bond measure.
District voters approved an additional $350 million facilities bond in November 2012.