State of the College Address 2022
Big changes are coming to LTCC's campus thanks to $40 million in state funding to support construction of on-campus housing for low-income students. Additional private and public funding is also coming in to support and expand LTCC's Forestry and Fire programs with, allowing LTCC to educate more of the skilled, professional workforce that California desperately needs to protect its communities and forests from the growing threat of wildfires.
President DeFranco discussed what's coming in 2022-23 and beyond, the timeline for completing various campus projects, and how all of these changes will lead to a campus-wide transformation in student services and support.
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Below are the reports and documents that inform the data presented in the State of
the College Address. Together, these provide a clear picture of LTCC's current goals,
the progress being made on these goals, and a look at the progress LTCC is making
on the CA Community Colleges Chancellor's Office Vision for Success goals that revolve around breaking down systemic barriers, and especially those linked
to racial and ethnic identities:
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