In developing the scope of projects, the faculty, staff and students have prioritized the key health and safety needs so that the most critical needs and the most urgent and basic repairs that will make both campuses clean and safe for learning are addressed. The Board conducted facilities evaluations and received public input and review in developing the scope of college facility projects to be funded, as listed in the Facilities Master Plan, the Information Technology Strategic Plan and the Renovation Master Plan. This input of faculty and community leaders concluded that if these needs were not addressed now, the problems would only get worse. Remove all harmful asbestos, upgrade existing fire alarms, sprinklers, smoke detectors, and fire doors, install security systems, exterior lighting, emergency lighting, signage, door locks and fences, enhance erosion controls, repair uneven sidewalks and walkways, and improve accessibility for the disabled. Improve campus road network and surfacing, build parking structure, reduce gridlock, improve pedestrian safety and increase access for emergency vehicles. Improve student safety, improve campus road network to eliminate unsafe conditions, reduce gridlock, improve pedestrian safety and increase access for emergency vehicles, upgrade parking garage and parking areas, improve disabled access, add parking structure to accommodate increasing student population and reduce congestion.
Diversity Equity Accommodation
The KCI Makerspace is a prototyping lab, providing our community with the resources to design and make using a variety of computer-aided design and manufacturing and other tools. We serve a range of constituents: Foothill students and staff , bay area educators and the broader San Mateo and Santa Clara county community. We provide not only the tools but the courses, certification, events and social support to get you making. Join now and get started with the required orientation and training to use the various tools.
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Business Innovation Challenge. The Business Innovation Challenge invites students to use their ingenuity, entrepreneurial mindset, passion and innovative thinking to identify problems that face communities in need, and to develop sustainable business ideas that will solve those problems and positively impact the community. Be inspired! This year's virtual format will include two rounds on May and May 28, The Business Innovation Challenge will consist of 4 workshops and 2 rounds of competition, all designed to help you learn how to grow your idea.
Technological advancements provide an ability to maintain academic continuity during unforeseen closures by offering flexibility of instructional delivery via a range of options. Instructional continuity refers to Foothill faculty, college and staff efforts to continuing course delivery during responses to normal academic operations due to weather, fire, illness, or other factors. Even if you teach your courses on campus, face to face , it is important to be prepared for unforeseen scenarios that result in a campus closure. Our students often rely on these student support services in order to have successful outcomes. Foothill faculty should be prepared for four levels of resp onse in the event of response :.