Facilities Master Plan Implementation

Long-Term Facilities Vision for Rocklin Campus

The majority of Sierra College’s Rocklin campus facilities and infrastructure was constructed in the 1960s. Although the college has done an excellent job of maintaining these facilities, many of our buildings and infrastructure systems are now well beyond their useful life and in need of major renovation or replacement.

In 2017, the college updated its Facilities Master Plan, establishing a long-term vision for the Rocklin campus and, in June 2018, voters in Placer, El Dorado, and Sacramento counties approved Measure E, the first bond approved for the Rocklin Campus since 1957. This $350 million bond will fund the implementation of the first phase of this Master Plan, and includes projects such as the renovation and construction of new classrooms, a new science building, a new public safety center, renovation of the music building and theater, renovation of the student services center and campus bookstore, improvements to traffic circulation, and a new parking structure.

Sierra College will also supplement Measure E bond funds with operating funds it has saved over time, proceeds from the development of properties owned by the college, as well as state facilities bond funding. Taken together, we estimate that approximately $500 million will be available to support new construction and modernization of Rocklin Campus facilities.

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Email: facilities01@sierracollege.edu
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