SEPTEMBER 7, 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Paula Green, Office of External Relations, 626-914-8873
Stacy Armstrong, Citrus College Office of External Relations, 626-857-4082
Media Advisory – Photo and Interview Opportunity
Citrus College To Host Dedication Ceremony for New Building
Citrus College is holding a special dedication ceremony for the newest building to debut on campus. Construction on the 54,450 square-foot Student Services Building began in July 2008 and was recently completed.
Partially funded by the state (20 percent) and partially funded by the Measure G general obligation bond (80 percent), the impressive structure houses the offices of Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, the Student Health Center, Student Employment Services, Counseling, the Career/Transfer Center, Extended Opportunities Programs and Services, CalWORKs, Disabled Student Programs and Services, School Relations and Outreach, International Students, and the Center for Teacher Excellence. It also includes the office of the superintendent/president, the office of the vice president of student Services, a cyber café, meeting rooms, conference rooms, lounges, and storage space.
The following individuals/groups will be in attendance:
--Dr. Geraldine M. Perri, Superintendent/President of Citrus College
--Members of the Citrus Community College District Board of Trustees
--Dr. Lucinda Over, Dean of Counseling and Advisement
--Dr. Martha McDonald, Dean of Admissions and Records
--Gary Moon, Vice President of tBP/Architecture
--Don Linneman, President of the Associated Students of Citrus College
--Elected officials and community leaders
--Citrus College faculty, staff, and students
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
In front of the east entrance to the Citrus College Student Services Building
1000 W. Foothill Blvd.
Glendora, CA. 91741
The completion of the Student Services Building is an important milestone for Citrus College. The building not only creates a welcoming entry to the campus, but it also consolidates all of the college’s student services departments into one easily-identifiable location. As a result, efficiency has been increased and the student experience is enhanced.
The dedication ceremony is a celebration of the building’s completion, as well as a gesture of appreciation for the college’s surrounding communities whose support of the Measure G facilities bond made this project possible.
Reporters and photographers who are interested in attending this event should call the Citrus College Office of External Relations at (626) 914-8873 to confirm. Upon confirmation, a parking pass will be provided. Tours of the building will be offered after the dedication ceremony.