Central Campus Commons
The College continues to work on the development of its central campus in Prescott in order to improve the functional and aesthetic benefit to students, employees, and visitors. Beginning in 2008 the College worked with the City of Prescott and the local neighborhood to acquire the alleyway that cuts through the main section of the campus. This acquisition in 2009 allowed the college to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety and also to begin development of a central campus commons area with native landscaping, fruit trees, outdoor meeting spaces and many other design features.
A coordinating committee of faculty, staff, and students has been engaged in the design of the central campus commons area over a period of several years. Faculty and staff with key expertise and interest in the significant components of the project were specifically recruited to both guide the design process as well as to connect students and the learning community more fully to the project.
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