Building the Future of Sierra College’s Rocklin Campus
In the 2018 June primary election, voters in Placer, El Dorado and Sacramento counties approved Measure E, the first bond approved for Sierra College’s Rocklin Campus since 1957 – when a bond measure built the campus more than 60 years ago.
Measure E provides $350 million in facilities bond funding and represents the majority of funding available to Sierra College for facilities improvements at the Rocklin Campus.
The measure will fund the implementation of the first phase of our Master Plan, which includes:
- A new general instruction building
- A new science building
- A new public safety training center
- Renovation of the music building, theater, Weaver Hall classroom building, and vocational instruction buildings
- Renovation of the student services building, cafeteria, and campus bookstore
- Improvements to traffic circulation
- A new parking structure
- A new student residence
In the 2018 June primary election, voters in Placer, El Dorado, and Sacramento counties approved Measure E, the first bond approved for the Rocklin Campus since 1957.
We thank the people in our community for this vote of confidence in our plan to improve the Rocklin Campus. In response to an expanding economy, we can improve our facilities to keep pace with the workforce training and education needs of our communities.Willy Duncan, superintendent/President
Maximizing Local Economic Benefit
Sierra College is committed to giving preference to local companies throughout the construction program. By maximizing the amount of work awarded to local contractors and subcontractors, we hope to achieve the greatest possible economic benefit to our local community.