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Newport Beach campus to be unveiled October 3.
Coastline Community College will officially unveil its Newport Beach Campus at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 3. The ceremony will be held at the site located at 1515 Monrovia Avenue in Newport Beach beginning at 2 p.m.
As part of the festivities, attendees will hear from college leaders, the Trustees and Chancellor of the Coast Community College District, and Newport Beach city officials on the positive impact this campus will have on the community and surrounding areas. Guests will also have the opportunity to tour the building—a three-story, green-construction masterpiece designed by LPA, Inc. and constructed by C.W. Driver on nearly four-acres overlooking Banning Ranch and the Pacific Ocean.
“We are anxious to unveil the building to our new neighbors in Newport Beach,” said Dr. Loretta P. Adrian, President of Coastline Community College, “and our faculty, staff, and students are looking forward to utilizing all of the features of this state-of-the-art, green campus when we open for classes there in January 2013.”
Upon opening for the college’s spring 2013 semester offerings, the campus will become home to general education courses that lead to a degree, certificate, or transfer-readiness; an Acquired Brain Injury Program; the college’s Paralegal Program; and the Coastline Art Gallery—a unique community gallery open to all.
The building construction was funded through Measure C, a $370 million voter-approved bond measure passed in 2002. Funds from Measure C have already enabled the construction and completion of many projects on the campuses of Orange Coast College, Golden West College, and Coastline.
All are welcome to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony, and an RSVP is not required. For more information on the campus, visit www.coastline.edu/newportbeach or call (714) 546-7600.