The West Valley-Mission Community College District is very appreciative for the continued support of our voters in providing the modernization of our aging facilities, and new construction of new buildings. The bond programs will complete our facilities masterplan with needed improvements to the remaining campus buildings, grounds and utilities infrastructure. This will include libraries, performing arts centers, STEM centers, physical education facilities, campus roads, parking lots and campus wayfinding. Funding from the bond programs will help in the modernization of the facilities operations technology, energy-efficient heating and air-conditioning systems, and replace the decades-old portable classrooms. Our efforts will continue supporting student achievement and vision of providing the highest quality education. 


 Measure H

On November 2, 2004, the voters of our community passed Measure H, allocating $235 million in bond funds to the West Valley – Mission Community College District. Since that time our campuses have undergone significant transformation through the incorporation of technology and infrastructure upgrades, classroom modernizations, and the addition of flexible learning space, resulting in safer, more energy efficient and inspiring environments. We have carefully and judiciously managed a combination of bond, bond interest, state capital outlay and grant funds to successfully deliver:

  • Photovoltaic programs on each campus
  • New construction: 7 projects | 192,401 SF
  • Renovation/Modernization: 12 projects | 301,146 SF
  • Critically needed ADA compliant upgrades
  • Site improvements to enhance parking, pedestrian flow and safety

This record of success has been possible thanks to a major commitment on the part of our students, distinguished Board Members, Citizens Bond Oversight Committee, administration and faculty, the community at large, and all our partners who came together with the shared vision of creating a safe, accessible, welcoming and inspiring educational environment for all.

As we continue to address the needs identified in our Master Plan through current and potential future bond measures, let us pause to reflect on the success of Measure H – a bond program we can all be proud of, which has been delivered to both voters and students as promised.

 Measure C

The West Valley-Mission Community College District is very thankful for the support of our voters in continuing our efforts in providing affordable education. The $350 million-dollar Measure C bond program will update our academic facilities and technologies to prepare our students for 21st century jobs, transferring to universities, upgrading healthcare, public safety and job-training facilities. New construction will replace our aging buildings, classrooms, and facilities. Our infrastructure upgrades will help in the support of new instructional technologies and energy conservation by replacing aged lighting, electrical, heating, ventilation, and plumbing systems.

The District is very proud of keeping its promise to voters in our work implementing the Bond measures while transforming the student experience, now in in the years to come.


 Measure W

Bond Measure W was approved by the voters of the West Valley-Mission Community College District on November 6, 2018 expressing their continued support for their local community colleges. The $698 million-dollar bond will provide much needed additional funding to continue our work to update the educational facilities and technology at both campuses. These funds will allow for the completion of both campuses’ facilities master plans. The funding will be used to build new lab and job training facilities, allow us to provide clean, safe, up-to-date learning environments while preparing our students for transferring to universities or gainful employment opportunities. Projects at both campuses include a new and renovated performing arts centers, STEM centers, libraries, physical education facilities and modernization of utilities, infrastructure and technologies. We are very appreciative of the district voters for supporting the commitment to student success and achievement.