In 2002, voters approved Measure E, a $337 million general obligation bond to renovate existing campus buildings and construct new classrooms to alleviate over crowding and expand the educational and training programs at Santa Ana College, Santiago Canyon College, the regional education centers and the district operations center of the Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD).
To date, every priority project earmarked for funding under Measure E has been or will be completed on schedule, according to the facility master plan for each college.
By using internal program managers and through the leadership and direction of the RSCCD Board of Trustees, the district has successfully completed many major construction and renovation projects in record time with exceptional results. Students and the community are benefiting from modern facilities and increased parking - a necessity since both campuses have the fastest enrollment growth rates of all the community college districts in Orange County.
Measure E Ballot Statement (PDF) - English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese
Measure E Fact Sheet (PDF)
Measure E Frequently Asked Questions
Measure E Milestones (PDF)