1 percent UCSB growth could increase real estate opportunities
The public has spoken about the University of California, Santa Barbara’s long-range plans to expand the campus to accommodate a 1 percent annual enrollment increase over the coming years, a formula that equates to 250 students per year to reach a total of 25,000 in 2025.
The response was “extremely civil” at a June 4 public hearing.
That’s according to Marc Fisher, associate vice chancellor for campus design and facilities at the university, suggesting UCSB’s plans may get the go-ahead.
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