The vision for the campus, which is a combination of the 2021 and 2023 schematic designs, includes: opportunities for “learning on display” like a culinary space that is visible from the street, an outdoor learning space, cultural center and even an entertainment center. Read full broadcast here
The only evidence we have of money being used is that we are already paying for the bonds on our property tax bills.
When College of The Desert’s president was asked by Palm Springs’ mayor Thursday how confident she was the long-delayed Palm Springs campus will open in 2027 as scheduled, she replied with one word. “Very,” said Laura Hope, the interim president and superintendent, who started at the school last year. Hope provided that timeline near the…
College of the Desert focused on sharing its future growth across its campuses in its annual State of the College address, “COD Rising,” Wednesday. Superintendent/President Martha Garcia, Ed.D., shared details about some of the College’s upcoming projects, including the Palm Springs Development Project, Roadrunner Motors in Cathedral City, and the Indio campus expansion.
The College of the Desert Board of Trustees has named Laura Hope of Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga as COD’s interim superintendent/president effective July 1, pending an employment agreement. Hope was selected from four candidates that interviewed with the COD board at a meeting behind closed doors earlier in June, Board Chair Bonnie Stefan announced Thursday….
College of the Desert will host a virtual community forum to discuss the long-awaited West Valley Campus in Palm Springs. The forum will be held on Thursday, August 4 at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom: https://bit.ly/3Q8RkVn. You’ll also be able to watch the forum on COD’s Youtube page at the time of the event. Listen to news broadcast here….