Big changes are coming to campus thanks to nearly $40 million in state funding to
support construction of on-campus housing for full-time, income-qualifying students.
Ground was broken in Summer 2023, with an expected opening of July 2025. LTCC is wrapping up its Remodel
for Efficiency project that is modernizing and upgrading most of the Main Building
offices, labs, technology classrooms and faculty work spaces, and the Main Building
courtyard and front entrance are nearing completion. The college is preparing to celebrate
its upcoming 50th anniversary just as it reaches new heights in student support and
Hear about these major projects and the progress being made all around campus, and
catch up on all the news and events coming to LTCC in the months and years to come!
Director of Strategic Equity Initiatives, UC Berkeley
Growing up in a mixed status and bi-national family with a disabled body introduced
me at an early age to harm, trauma, injustice, and oppression. Most importantly, it
taught me how brilliant, resilient, loving, and transformative our family and community
relationships are. I survived and am here today because of family and community. Growing
up, everyone would take care of each other to make sure folks had food, shelter, and
community. I believe in a world that will learn and heal beyond its current white
supremacy, capitalism, patriarchy, and ableism. The way I can contribute to that direction
is through our basic needs efforts. I'm humbled and privileged to share this community
journey of belonging and justice.
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: