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The Coast Community College District Needs You!

Volunteers Needed to Serve on the Measure M Bond Oversight Committee


The Coast Community College District is looking for qualified community members to serve as uncompensated volunteers on its bond oversight committee, as required by the passage of Measure M.


The Coast Community College District serves all or part of the communities of:


  • Costa Mesa                                         ●    Newport Beach
  • Fountain Valley                                   ●    Seal Beach
  • Garden Grove                                     ●    Stanton
  • Huntington Beach                               ●    Sunset Beach
  • Midway City                                        ●    Westminster


Committee members are eligible to serve a maximum of two consecutive, two-year terms.

Applications are sought from representatives of the following groups:


  • One (1) College Support Organization
  • One (1) Senior Citizen Organization
  • One (1) Taxpayers' Association


Members must be at least 18 years old and live within the District's boundaries.  Applicants may NOT be employees, contractors, consultants or vendors of the Coast District. 


To apply, please submit a letter highlighting your interest in serving on the committee, along with a recent resume, by March 26, 2018 to:


Coast Community College District

Attn.:  Chancellor

1370 Adams Avenue

Costa Mesa, CA 92626

(714) 438-4600


Measure M

Since 1947 the Coast Colleges – Coastline, Golden West & Orange Coast – have been an important resource for the community, preparing local residents with high quality, affordable education, so that they can move on to four-year universities and into high quality jobs.

With many of our campus facilities being built in the 1950s and 1960​s, Coast recognizes the vitality of providing classrooms, labs, and equipment to best prepare students for 21st century jobs and careers. 

It is through extensive master planning and collegial shared governance, that the Coast Colleges capital construction program seeks to provide exemplary educational facilities, expand course opportunities for students, support active duty and returning veteran services, improve accessibility and campus safety, and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of campus utilities and operating infrastructure.

With the continued support of our local community, through the passage of Measure C and Measure M, Coast Colleges is able to develop and implement teaching environments that are safe, sustainable, comfortable, technologically current, accessible, and esthetically conducive to learning.

Thank You for Supporting Measure C & Measure M at Coast Colleges