Measure J Bond Program
About the Measure J Bond Program
Cypress College’s educational facilities — including the Science, Engineering, and Mathematics classrooms and labs — will be transformed during the next 20 years as a result of Measure J. In addition to the STEM disciplines, the many other projects include renovation of the Fine Arts Building, expansion of the Library/Learning Resource Center, and construction of a new Veteran’s Resource Center.
Our vision for the future of the campus is detailed in the 2011 Comprehensive Master Plan for the North Orange County Community College District (Cypress College section linked). Revisions to the projects, August 2015 and goals will be guided by our stakeholders, including students, employees, and the community.
Measure J passed by a supermajority (55%) of the voters in the District on November 4, 2014. The bond will provide $574 million Cypress College and the North Orange County Community College District. Facility renovations will happen on each of the District’s three campuses: Fullerton College, Cypress College and North Orange Continuing Education (formerly School of Continuing Education). Visit the NOCCCD Measure J website for district-wide information.
Measure J Bond Projects at Cypress College
Measure J is a 20-year construction program that will provide for the modernization of classrooms, labs, and other facilities at Cypress College. The bond program will be based upon the needs articulated in the campus Educational Master Plan, campus and community input, as well as other planning documents.
Among the initial projects to be designed and built as part of the Measure J Bond Program are:
- New Science, Engineering, Math Building
- Library/Learning Resource Center Expansion/Renovation
- New Veterans’ Resource Center/Expansion and Renovation of Student Activities Center