Mt. San Jacinto College shares information on future developments at ‘State of the College’

Roger Schultz, Ph.D., superintendent and president of Mt. San Jacinto College, delivers the State of the College address Friday, Nov. 8, sharing news about student successes and programs, as well as new building projects. Mt. San Jacinto College photo
Mt. San Jacinto College shared news about various new successes, initiatives, programs and new building projects at its annual State of the College, held Friday at MSJC’s Menifee Valley Campus.Roger Schultz, superintendent and president of the college, relayed plans for the new Temecula Valley Campus that’s set to open in 2020, a student center at the Menifee Valley campus, two science, technology, engineering and mathematics buildings at both the San Jacinto and Menifee Valley campuses along with a new 5,000 seat stadium at the Menifee campus that will open in 2023 for both sports games and community events.“It’s an exciting and transitional time at Mt. San Jacinto College, with many important milestones on the horizon,” Schultz told about 100 community leaders and resid
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