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One of the data collecting sessions with SMC students
Master Plan session with faculty and staff

Project Description

On March 5, 2019, the Board of Trustees approved an agreement with DLR Group to prepare a Facilities Master Plan for the Main Campus. The Master Plan will generate and articulate the long-term vision for SMC.  With input from the SMC on-campus communities (Board of Trustees, administrators, faculty, staff, and students) and different off-campus interest groups, the plan will create a practical, data-driven, and visionary road map for SMC that looks to develop strategies to enhance the user experience, promote academics and address land use, buildings, transportation, parking, utilities, sustainability, and open space.

As of December 31, 2019, the team has 992 in-person contacts with the SMC community members, and 3,491 unduplicated visitors visited the website.

Funding Source

Measure V

Review the draft SMC Main Campus Master Plan Here


Ariel rendering of the new Art Complex
Interior rendering of the new Art Complex

Project Description

Located on the corner of 14th Street and Pico Boulevard, the new Arts Complex will replace the old and aging Art Buildings on main campus. The new art complex will house three arts education pillars: studios, teaching spaces and workshops; prioritizing function over discipline.

The College is to receive up to $10 million in State funding for this project, which requires a local match.

Funding Source

Measure V and State of California


Grimshaw Architects / Little Diversified Architectural Consulting

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