Woodland Community College's Colusa County Campus

The Series A, B & C bond issuances funded the acquisition of five acres of land to house the new Colusa County Campus, which includes four classrooms, equipped with the latest technology, study areas, conference rooms, and offices supporting student services including financial aid and counseling, and college retention programs for under-served and first-generation college students.  The campus boasts an environmentally sustainable design with features that increase energy efficiency including the installation of solar panels on some parking lot carports. The entire facility is equipped with wireless internet for student use. In addition, bond funds paid for improvements to the campus’ security camera system.

The campus began serving students in 2011.